KENNY MILLER insists he is still fit enough to play in the World Cup clash against England on Saturday – at the age of 37.
The Rangers veteran striker retired from international football shortly after scoring his 18th goal for Scotland in the 3-2 friendly loss at Wembley in August 2013 which marked his 69th appearance for his country.
But Miller, who has agreed a one-year extension at the Ibrox side, reckons he still has enough to help Gordon Strachan’s side claim three crucial World Cup points against Gareth Southgate’s men.
He said: “I’ve no doubt I could still do a job.
“But we’ve got umpteen players for Scotland in forward areas who are younger and playing at a decent level.
“A lot of people ask me if I’ve had the benefit of not playing internationals, but, to be honest, I don’t think you can be sure of that at all.
“I’ve just played three 90 minutes on the last week of the season for Rangers. And I feel brand new.
“When you make a decision it doesn’t mean you didn’t feel you were still capable of performing.
“But at that point there was a decision to be made and I made it.”