Rangers striker Kenny Miller has told The Scottish Sun that he is thankful to the club’s fans for their support throughout the season.
Miller has thanked the Rangers supporters and has underlined their role in the team’s success.
“It’s incredible, the level of the support has been great,” Miller told The Scottish Sun. “That has been the case all through the lower divisions, but especially this season. There has been a real optimism about the fans and they have definitely played their part.”
It is great of Miller to acknowledge the Rangers fans, who have certainly played their part in the team’s success this season.
The Ibrox has been packed for the home matches in the Scottish Championship, and that has been a key factor in Mark Warburton’s side’s strong home record this campaign.
Hopefully for the Rangers supporters, the Gers will be able to add two more trophies to their collection at the end of the season.
The Glasgow giants can win the Scottish Challenge Cup and the Scottish Cup this campaign.
Rangers will return to action on Tuesday evening when they take on Dumbarton at Ibrox in Glasgow in the Scottish Championship.