Rangers striker Kenny Miller has suggested to the club’s official website that he gets special treatment from manager Mark Warburton.
Miller, who is in his third spell at Rangers at the moment, has revealed that Warburton takes special care of him because of his age.
The 36-year-old former Celtic striker has also claimed that he is ready for Scottish Premiership football next season.
“The manager has been great with the whole squad to make sure their loading is right, he probably looks at me a little bit more because I am that bit older and he looks at the games and minutes I’m playing,” the Scotsman told Rangers’ official website.
“But I have thoroughly enjoyed the whole season, I still want to play and contribute on the field and this season I felt I have done that. I feel I can contribute in the Premiership; I am looking forward to it and to the cup final before that.”
Miller has been superb for Rangers this season and has scored important goals throughout the campaign.
It is great of Warburton to take special care of the veteran, who has been playing professional football for almost 20 years.
The Rangers manager is trying to make sure that Miller is physically ready for matches and does not get bogged down due to his ageing legs.
The Glasgow giants have also clinched the Scottish Challenge Cup and have a chance of winning the Scottish Cup.