VETERAN frontman Kenny Miller has urged Rangers to extend his contract which will expire in the summer.
The 37-year-old former Scotland striker scored two late goals to send the Ibrox club into the next stage of the Scottish Cup after they trailed 1-0 to Motherwell yesterday.
Mark Warburton’s side were six minutes from the exit after Louis Moult had put the Fir Parkers ahead in the 74th minute.
But Miller came to the rescue with a double to seal a 2-1 win and their place in the fifth round.
The player said: “Everybody knows where I want to be. It’s not really in question.
“Whether it happens or not is out of my hands. I’ve spoken to the manager on a few occasions, so I know his thoughts on it.
“We’ll see where it goes, but I want to be here.
“The manager wants me here, but football is a funny game and nothing would surprise me now.
“My loyalties to Rangers are not in any doubt. I’m fully committed to this club and will be for the rest of this season with my performances, whether I’m staying or not.”
Warburton heaped praise on Miller after the victory and said: “We see it every week with Kenny.
“He produced two quality finishes. The first was a great header where he showed composure and poise.
“Then for the second, he put it away with aplomb.
“It’s no coincidence with Kenny. It’s about the way he works at training, the way he eats and looks after himself.”