Rangers striker Miller agreed a one-year contract extension yesterday.
Miller agreed a one-year extension to stay at Ibrox yesterday, and he has admitted to the Evening Times that he still believes he can perform at the top level for a few more years yet.
When asked if he would like another contract extension with Rangers, Miller said: “Listen, I would never say never. I am fortunate enough that the manager has seen enough to feel that I can contribute to his team both on and off the field in the years to come. I am firmly focused on playing because I feel I have still got a few years left at that level.”
Miller certainly sounds as if he has no plans to retire any time soon, and after agreeing a one-year contract extension at Ibrox, the forward will be playing with the Gers next season.
This will likely be back in the Premiership, and if Miller can step up to that level, there is no reason why Mark Warburton would not offer him a new contract for the following year.
Miller has scored five goals this season, playing 13 games, and although his playing influence has waned in recent weeks, Warburton still clearly sees the 35-year-old as a central part of his first-team.
He is one of the experienced players to aid the development of the young squad that Warburton has built at Ibrox, and Miller has even started taking up a coaching role with the Under-20 side.
Miller clearly believes that he has the ability to perform at Premiership level if needed, and it remains to be seen whether Warburton shares the same view of the striker.