Rangers forward Kenny Miller loves the attacking football that the Gers are playing this season, saying that the players always look to score goals no matter the opposition.

The Scottish giants have enjoyed a phenomenal start to their 2015/16 campaign and have won all ten of their league games thus far. They currently sit atop the league table with 30 points and the attacking football espoused by manager Mark Warburton has seen them put 33 goals past their league opponents.

And Miller has lauded the attacking intent of his side, saying that the Gers in their current form are one of the most attack-minded teams that he has been part of.

“This is one of the most attacking teams I have ever played in no matter who the opposition is”, he told a pre-match press conference.

“Even if it's the last minute we won't go to the corner we'll go for the next goal.”


The forward further added that the playing style of the team hasn’t changed since the season began and they plan to continue playing the same way, continuing on Sunday when they lock horns with St Mirren.

“The way we've played hasn't changed from the first game of the season until now.

“We'll continue with that.”