DANNY WILSON has joined skipper Lee Wallace is pleading with the Rangers bosses to extend Kenny Miller’s stay at Ibrox.
The 37-year-old striker, two-goal hero in the 2-1 comeback win over Motherwell at the weekend, is out of contract in the summer.
Wilson said: “If you speak to Kenny, he isn’t looking to go anywhere else.
“Hopefully, we don’t dwell and get him sorted out because he’s massive for us on and off the pitch.
“I like the way he speaks at team meetings and the way he speaks to the players and the knowledge he can pass on. Hopefully, we can get it sorted.
“Against Motherwell, he showed why he is so important to the team, not just with his goals, but with his all-round performance and the impact he has.
“When he gets the goals, he gets the plaudits of course, but he is very important to us.
“We were struggling to get goals and he just comes up with that wee bit of quality. Both of his finishes were outstanding.
“If you took his age out of it, he’s an example in everything that he does. Because he is getting on, he is probably looking after himself better than when he was younger.
“You wouldn’t know his age if you watched his performances he’s put in over the course of the season.”