Rangers have enjoyed a fine first campaign under Mark Warburton, winning promotion back to the Scottish Premiership and winning the Petrofac Cup.
They are also set to play Hibernian in the Scottish Cup final after progressing past rivals Celtic in the semi finals.
Scotland manager Gordon Strachan has clearly watched their progress closely, as he named McKay and Wallace for his squad to take on Italy and France.
And Miller says their selection shows that Rangers are doing the right things under Warburton’s leadership.
“A lot of lads have had good seasons this year, and obviously Lee and Barrie got the recognition at the Player of the Year awards,” he told rangers.co.uk.
“It shows, as a team, we are doing the right things when we are getting boys called up and recognised at international level.”
McKay, Wallace and the rest of the Rangers squad will now be hoping they can enjoy a similarly fine campaign next year as they eye a run at the title.
The Scottish Cup semi final win over Celtic showed they may not be too far away from their rivals and heightening the expectation for next year.
Warburton will be keen to improve his squad first though, and has already made his first steps to doing so by capturing Jordan Rossiter from Liverpool.