Rangers striker Kenny Miller has urged his side to give a bit more for their Scottish Cup semi-final meeting with Celtic next month.

The Gers, who have won 13 of their last 15 games in all competitions, while drawing two, thrashed Scottish Premiership outfit Dundee 4-0 earlier in the month to set up an Old Firm Derby at Hampden on 17th April.

Mark Warburton’s team are en route to returning to the to -flight for the first time since they had to start life in the fourth tier after their liquidation in 2012.

Rangers presently find themselves 14 points clear at the top of the Scottish Championship with a game in hand.

And Miller, who insisted that it is not important for Rangers to wrap up the league title before the Old Firm derby in April, however, does not want his side to look to far ahead.


"I wouldn't say it's important to wrap it up before the Celtic game, although we want to win it as soon as we can, but if we can win the games, it will be all done”, he was quoted as saying by the Herald Scotland.

“We're just looking to win every game, starting with Falkirk next week.

"The gaffer won't allow distractions. He's said all along and it's no cliche, that when the game is done then all the focus goes on to the next game, whether it be Celtic or Falkirk, like it is next week.

“Everything is about next week, we are looking for a big performance there and another three points.

"If the Celtic game produces an extra edge then it will be great because we are playing some fantastic stuff and if we can add another couple of per cent than it will be superb."

Rangers, who beat Greenock Morton 3-1 four days earlier, will next face Falkirk in an away league game on Friday.