Kenny Miller is proud that he is on the cusp of making his 200th appearance for Rangers today at Ibrox.

The veteran striker is in his third spell at Ibrox and while he is not a regular starter, the Scot has bagged five goals in all competitions for the Gers this season.

The 35-year-old has been named in the team against Queen of South later today and it will be his 200th appearance for the Gers and he admits that he is fortunate to have the opportunity to achieve such a milestone for such an iconic club.

Speaking to Rangers TV, Miller admitted: “It’s a very good milestone and I’ve always said how much that I love the place.

“I’ve been fortunate enough to play here on three different occasions and hopefully this will be my last one and my last club.


“Hopefully we can keep going with what we’ve been have been doing and get the tenth win of the season in a row.”

Miller first joined Rangers in 2000 from Hibernian and left the club to join Wolves in England in 2002. He rejoined the club in 2008 and after spells in Turkey, England and the United States, he came back to Ibrox last summer.

Looking back at his career at Rangers, Miller feels there have been more positive moments than negative ones and admits that he feels proud to continue to play for such a big club.

The striker continued: “There’s been more highs than there has been lows.

“I had a really successful time during my second spell and hopefully that’ll be replicated this time around when we hopefully win this league and we’d love to win some silverware in the cup this year and be getting back challenging next year.

“I could probably tell you about every goal that I’ve scored. It’s a lot of games to have played for a fantastic club and I’m very proud of that.”