Rangers forward Kenny Miller has said that club manager Mark Warburton and his assistant David Weir have instilled in them the importance of playing for the Gers, adding that the players have all bought into their methods.

Warburton took charge of the Scottish giants for the 2015/16 season following his stint with English Championship outfit Brentford. And the Englishman has guided the side to nine successive wins in the Championship to take them atop the league standings as they have built up a nine-point lead over second placed Raith Rovers.

Rangers’ stupendous form has seen them win 13 of the 14 games they have played this season across all competitions as they attempt to win the league and earn promotion to the Premiership.

And Miller, who has netted five goals this season from 11 appearances so far, has said that the new club hierarchy have instilled in the players the importance of playing for the Gers, and it is showing results as the players have bought into it.

“The manager and David Weir are always big on trying to make the lads know what it is to play for Rangers and the demands and intensity that comes along with it”, the forward was quoted as saying by his club’s site.


“The lads have taken to it great and it will always help when you are winning games. It helps to build confidence and you can see that from the way that they are playing just now.

“We are playing some good stuff, we are working really hard for each other and we’re doing it with a smile on our face.

“At the moment we don’t have too many things to be talking about as there has been a lot of positive stuff.”