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Miller's future up in the air as contract draws to end

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Kenny Miller
Kenny Miller

By Andy Newport

Veteran forward Kenny Miller has vowed to play on next season - but admits it might not be at Rangers.

The 38-year-old - who marked his return to the Gers line-up against Dundee on Saturday with his first goal in five months - is out of contract this summer.

But the former Scotland striker says he still feels like he has another season in his ageing limbs yet.

However, with Ibrox chiefs still to announce whether Graeme Murty will be staying on or replaced as boss, Miller confessed his future could lie elsewhere.

He said: "Nothing has been discussed regarding my future.

"Who knows what will happen at the club in the summer, so I'll just look after myself because I want to continue playing. I'll stay focused on that and we'll see what happens." Miller made his first start of 2018 against the Dark Blues and sent Gers on their way to a 4-0 win.

He last found the net with a double against Hearts in October but appeared to have slipped down Murty's pecking order after a hamstring tear - ruled him out for two months.

But he was back in the starting XI as he replaced the injured Josh Windass and now believes he can play a part in downing Celtic in next Sunday's William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final. "Hopefully my experience is important to the team - and I hope it's required next week as well."

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