The veteran frontman has no intention of leaving the Gers for a third time.
The 35-year old is in his third spell with the Gers after a career which has seen him turn out for bitter rivals Celtic, appear in the Premier League and have a stint in the MLS.
Miller signed for Rangers in 2000, while Dick Advocaat was in charge, and enjoyed a good first season, only to struggle in his second and subsequently move South of the border to Wolves the following year.
He returned to the blue half of Glasgow in 2008 and enjoyed three successful years before departing to Turkey in 2011.
Last year brought about a return to the club close to his heart, and Miller is now determined to stay put.
“It’s a very good milestone and I’ve always said how much that I love the place,” said former Scotland international.
“I’ve been fortunate enough to play here on three different occasions and hopefully this will be my last one and my last club. Hopefully we can keep going with what we’ve been have been doing and get the tenth win of the season in a row.”
An appearance tomorrow against Queen of the South would be Miller’s 200th outing for the Gers and is a mark of the service he has given the club throughout his varied career.
The veteran striker has found himself out of Mark Warburton's first team in recent weeks however - with a front three of Barrie McKay, Martyn Waghorn and Nathan Oduwa preferred - and Miller made it clear he isn't content with a bit-part role.
"I had a decent first season (in his first spell with Rangers) and played a lot of games, but at the start of the second season it never quite went the way that I wanted and I had to move on to get regular first team football," said Miller.
“That’s what I’ve done wherever I’ve been, if it’s not quite been working out then I’ve never been someone who will just sit and watch as a squad player in the stand.
“I want to play football and that’s the way that it stands today."