Kenny Miller has admitted that he has not been able to wipe the smile of his face since re-signing for Rangers, according to the Daily Record.
The former Scotland international signed from the Vancouver White Caps, where he made 43 appearances and scored 13 goals. It will be the third time that the striker has signed for Rangers and is only one of five people post war that has crossed the Glasgow divide and play for both of the Old Firm clubs.
Naturally things at the club will be a lot different to when he previously played for the club in 2011. Rangers have gained back to back promotions from the bottom tier of Scottish football after the much document financial crisis.
Miller had tried to resign for the Ibrox outfit in previous transfer windows, but only now does he have the deal he wanted.
Speaking to the Daily Record the forward said: "It’s amazing. It’s been a long time coming and it’s no secret I’ve been trying to come back for a few transfer windows now. So to get back now and play a part in what will be a tough Championship next year is great. That’s an understatement to be honest and I’ve not had the smile off my face since I knew it was going to happen.
“It was always my first choice but in football you can’t always pick and choose where you go.
One factor that would not have changed at Rangers when Miller returns is support for the club. On average just under 43,000 watched their club last season despite playing their football in the Scottish League One.
Miller is now like many Rangers fans, impatiently waiting for the first day of the season to arrive.
He said. "I just can’t wait for the first game and walking out in front of that Ibrox crowd again."
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