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Kenny Miller hoping to sign off in style with title success

By Staff Reporter

Kenny Miller says he wants to win one more top-flight title with Rangers before hanging up his boots.

The 35-year-old this week agreed a 12-month extension to his Ibrox deal and current boss Mark Warburton and his former Scotland manager Alex McLeish both reckon the former Hibernian, Celtic and Wolves frontman can continue playing into his 40s.

Miller - who already has three winners' medals from his earlier Gers stint, plus one from his Parkhead spell - claims he could happily call it a day next season so long as the Light Blues can follow up promotion this term by ending Celtic's reign of Premiership dominance to claim another.

Speaking ahead of tomorrow's trip to Livingston, Miller said: "I didn't expect to have the contract discussion so early in the manager's time here so I it as a big compliment.

"Now it gives me an opportunity to play in the top flight again and have a go at winning that league back. That is the goal. We want to make sure we win the league this year."

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