The Rangers striker will be involved in the round of play-off games that the Gers have to negotiate on their path to a Scottish Premiership return, which starts at Palmerston Park on Saturday.
Miller isn’t phased by the plastic pitch that his team will have to play on, and is instead fully focused on winning the games to take them back to Scottish football’s top flight.
The ex-Scotland international has already outlined that consistency is key this week and thinks it’s time Rangers got up to speed in terms of their performances.
Speaking ahead of the crunch play-off game, the 35-year-old explained it would mean the world to get Rangers back to where he feels they belong, and that starts by winning on Saturday evening.
"It would be different with Rangers, though, because this is my club. I fought hard to try and get back here over the last few years,” he said.
"It would mean the world to get us back where we belong and then go on to the next stage of challenging for the league and getting the glory nights of winning leagues and trophies back, too. The end goal, of course, will be returning to the Champions League."
The former Celtic man also managed to find one positive about finishing third in the Scottish Championship, insisting that Hibernian will have a long two-week break of playing friendlies before taking to play-off action.
The stage is set for Miller and his teammates to complete Rangers’ mission of returning to the Scottish Premiership, but two games against a team they have struggled against this season might prove too much for the inconsistent Light Blues.