Rangers striker Kenny Miller makes an admission about Celtic

Rangers' Kenny Miller looks dejected

Glasgow Rangers and Celtic will feature in the Scottish Premiership this season.

Andy Halliday celebrates with Kenny Miller after scoring the second goal for RangersAndy Halliday celebrates with Kenny Miller after scoring for Rangers

Rangers striker Kenny Miller has admitted to The Scottish Sun that Old Firm rivals Celtic have a bigger squad.

The Gers and the Bhoys will feature in the Scottish Premiership this season.

Celtic will head into the campaign as favourites to win the league title, while Rangers will be expected to provide them with stiff competition.

Rangers striker Miller believes that Celtic have a bigger squad than them.

However, the 36-year-old former Scotland international has insisted that he is happy with the players that Mark Warburton’s side have.

Rangers' Kenny MillerRangers striker Kenny Miller

“There’s no doubt Celtic have got a far bigger squad than us,” Miller told The Scottish Sun. “But we’re happy with the players we’ve got within our group.

“We are more than capable of going and challenging them this year. I’m as excited as I’ve been before previous Premier League seasons, perhaps even more. It’s a new challenge for us, a big challenge.”

Rangers' Kenny Miller looks dejectedRangers striker Kenny Miller looks dejected

Rangers have been quite busy in the summer transfer window so far and have made a number of signings.

The Gers have recruited Joey Barton, Niko Kranjcar, Matt Gilks and Lee Hodson among others. The Ibrox outfit have a good team, but they could still do with a couple of additions.

While winning the Scottish Premiership title this season may not eventually be possible, Rangers should consider it a success if they finish second.

Rangers will kick off their 2016-17 Scottish Premiership campaign with a home match against Hamilton Academical next weekend.

Kenny Miller scores the first goal for RangersKenny Miller scores for Rangers

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