Kenny Miller extends his Rangers contract with new one-year deal
The 35-year old striker will stay at the club until summer 2017.
Rangers striker Kenny Miller has signed a new one-year deal to extend his stay at Ibrox until summer 2017.
The 35-year old is in his third spell at the Championship club with five goals to his name this season, all coming in the opening three games of the campaign.
Miller has also been involved with Rangers' youth set-up, coaching the Under-20s under manager Ian Durrant this term.
The former Scotland internationalist has made 201 appearances for the Light Blues and netted 81 goals since first joining in summer 2000.
Speaking to Rangers TV, Miller said: "I am absolutely delighted. It was unexpected to have the conversation so early in regards to staying for another year.
"It's great to get it done and dusted, and I'm back firmly focused on getting back fit, back playing.
"I'm very, very thankful that the manager has seen enough in the first four or five months to offer me that extra year, and hopefully I can repay him with some good performances, a few more goals and hopefully a promotion to get us back to the top league next year."