Lee Wallace thinks his Rangers team-mate Kenny Miller is all set to become a legend at the club.

The 36-year-old, who is in his third spell at Rangers, has managed to bang in goals wherever he has played in his career.

Miller joined Rangers for the third time in the summer of 2014, with the striker playing a crucial role in helping the Gers return to the Scottish Premiership after a gap of four years.

The former Scotland international, who scored 21 goals and provided 12 assists in 43 games in all competitions last season, has already managed to find the back of the net twice in four games in the present campaign.

And Wallace explained that he is not surprised with Miller’s goalscoring prowess as he backed the veteran to earn the status of a legend at Rangers.


“That is Kenny, we know that he is that type of player and he has done that throughout his whole career”, he told Rangers TV.

“He’s played at a top level, he’s played Champions League football, he has a number of caps and should be a Hall of Famer for his country.

“He’s going on to be a legend at this football club, we all know that, and I think the fans know that.

“It’s great for him of course but, right now, I think he is doing everything right.”

Miller, whose present contract with Rangers runs until 2017, earned 70 caps for Scotland between 2001 and 2013, with the forward finding the back of the net in the international level 18 times.