Middlesbrough striker Lee Miller admits he would be faced with the biggest dilemma of his career if Rangers make a move for him.
Miller is reportedly being tracked by Rangers as a possible replacement for Kris Boyd. The 27-year-old has been at Middlesbrough for less than six months after being sold by Aberdeen in January. He insists he is happy at the Riverside, despite a lack of first-team action.
But Miller told the Daily Record: "If Rangers ask the question, I would be forced to make the toughest decision of my career."
He added: "It is flattering to be linked with a club as big as Rangers. It is also nice to know clubs are taking a keen interest in what I am doing. I have been linked with Rangers for most of my career but have never kicked a ball for them."
Miller has made just 10 first-team appearances at Boro, where he is under contract until 2012.
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