RANGERS’ veteran striker Kenny Miller has vowed to play on next season – but admits it might not be with the Ibrox outfit.

The 38-year-old -former Scotland international, who marked his return to the first team with a goal in the 4-0 win over Dundee yesterday, is out of contract this summer.

Miller insists he has at least one more season in him, but he added: “Nothing has been discussed regarding my future.

“Who knows what will happen at the club in the summer, so I’ll just look after myself because I want to continue playing. I’ll stay focused and we’ll see what happens.

“It was good to get back into the starting line-up because I haven’t done that since December. It’s been frustrating, but sometimes you just have to bide your time.

“Hopefully, my experience is important to the team – and I hope it’s required next week as well. I was being written off after the injury, but I was comfortable with it, I always felt I’d come back.

“I’d relish the chance to go in against Celtic next week.

“It’s a massive game, a Scottish Cup semi-final and we want to win the trophy. We have to get past Celtic next week and it’ll be a tough test. Hopefully, I can keep the jersey.”


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Acclaimed author Alex Gordon wrote the biography of Scotland international legend Denis Law, entitled 'King and Country'. He is a former columnist with World Soccer magazine and Scottish correspondent of respected European journal L'Equipe.

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