Rangers winger Billy King has told The Glasgow Evening Times that he gets advice from Kenny Miller.
King joined Rangers on loan from Scottish Premiership outfit Heart of Midlothian in the January transfer window.
The 21-year-old winger has revealed that he speaks to senior players in the current Gers squad in order to improve himself.
The Scotland Under-21 international has also named Miller as the Rangers teammate who gives his advice along with Lee Wallace.
"Every day is a learning day," King told The Glasgow Evening Times. "I'm still young and I think I am still improving every day.
“I take advice from the older players and the managers. I speak to Kenny Miller and he always gives you advice and where I should be positionally.
“He's had a really good career playing for a lot of clubs at a high level, so it's good to listen to him. Lee Wallace too. You listen to what they have to say."
King’s comments highlight the importance of Miller in the current Rangers set-up.
Miller is one of the most experienced players at Rangers at the moment, and it seems that he is doing all he can in order to help the young players.
The 36-year-old former Celtic striker is having a wonderful season for the Gers, who are set to gain automatic promotion to the Scottish Premiership.
Rangers are at the top of the Scottish Championship table at the moment with 76 points from 31 matches, 14 points clear of second-placed Falkirk with a game in hand.