KENNY MILLER is confident that the misfiring Gers side will soon be back on scoring form if they keep creating the amount of chances they are in recent matches.
Miller was a second half substitute against Alloa at the Indodrill Stadium yesterday and despite the Gers having twenty-four shots, with nine on target, they only scored one goal through Michael O’Halloran.
Nevertheless, Miller, who knows where the back of the net is after scoring 88 goals for the club in all competitions for the Gers in his career says that sometimes it just doesn’t go for you.
Speaking after yesterday’s draw, Miller told RangersTV: “If we create that amount of chances every week, then I would be more than happy with that because we will score goals with that level of chances, but it just never went that way today.
“We are really disappointed with the fact that we have dropped two points here today. However, if we create that level of chances between now and the end of the season then I will be very happy.
Martyn Waghorn has scored twenty-seven goals for the Gers this season already, however he has not hit the net in the last five matches, something that doesn’t worry Miller at all.
He said: “It’s just something that happens. I don’t think we can look to point the finger at Waggy or anyone for that matter for missing chances.
“The level of goals and the consistency of his play has been fantastic and he’s been phenomenal in his first year at the club.
“He’s maybe going through a bit of a dry spell just now where things just don’t seem to be falling for him, or they are coming off a goalkeeper’s shin, when before they were going through his legs.
“There’s no doubt that a player of the quality of Martyn Waghorn will come through his spell and it would be no surprise to anybody if he were to go out and even score a hattrick on Tuesday.”