Miller open to Gers return

Striker admits interest from Rangers

Miller: Interested in Rangers move

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Kenny Miller has revealed he would "jump at the chance" to sign for Rangers again.

The Derby striker has been linked with a summer switch to Ibrox and would become the first player to cross the Old Firm divide twice, having also had a spell with Celtic.

The Scotland international says he would relish the opportunity to work with Walter Smith and Ally McCoist again despite the prospect of a furious backlash from Rangers fans.


"Obviously we've all heard the speculation and I'm aware of an interest but this is a long way from being as cut and dried as people are making out," Miller told the Daily Record.

"I don't really want to talk too much about it at this stage but what I would say is this - I absolutely loved my time working with Walter and Super Ally when they were in charge of the Scotland set-up.

"That was one of the most enjoyable periods of my career. If I got the chance to work with them again I'd jump at it.

"But at the moment there is nothing to report. We'll have to see how things work out."