Rangers striker Kenny Miller has told The Daily Record that he plans to play until he is 40 years of age.
The former Celtic and Derby County star has also stated that he wants to become a manager after he hangs up his boots.
“I’ve been thinking about management for a long time – it’s not just because I’ve reached this age. I’m not thinking I might only have a year left as a player, so I have to find something else,” the 35-year-old told The Daily Record.
“I’m still fit, I’m still strong. If I stay free of serious injury, I don’t see any reason why I can’t still be playing at 40.”
“I’m really passionate about being a manager, a coach or assistant manager,” added Miller. “Being on the other side of the fence is definitely a road I want to go down.”
Rangers going strong in Scottish Championship
Rangers are going strong in the Scottish Championship at the moment and are on course to gaining automatic promotion to the Scottish Premiership at the end of the season.
Mark Warburton’s side are currently at the top of the league table with 33 points from 12 matches.
Hibernian are second in the standings, five points behind the Gers, and are expected by many to maintain their challenge for the top spot for the rest of the season.
Rangers have lost just once in the Scottish Championship so far this season, and have scored 35 goals and conceded only eight.