THE focus of the Rangers squad is firmly on tomorrow’s trip to Dundee as opposed to off-field matters according to striker Kenny Miller.
The Light Blues travel to Dens Park for a 3.15pm kick-off and while admitting it’s been a manic few days at the club, Miller insists the team are looking only to do what they can do.
He explained: “We had a job in hand and we had to make sure we got through to the next round of the cup. We’re now focused on the next game at Dundee. It’s been a little bit of a whirlwind few days over the course of the weekend, but the lads had to get the head on and make sure we won the game, which we done.
“Now, everything is focused on Sunday. My responsibility remains the same. For me, I have always said I am a player and for as long as I am contributing on the pitch, that’s where my focus lies. If asked to take any other kind of position or role or to help in any way I can, I am more than happy to do so, but I am firmly focused on being a player at the moment.
“We control what we can, and that’s winning football matches and preparing right. It’s been a good positive week off the back of what happened last week.
“Our only focus is to go and win the game on Sunday.”
Miller was also asked about his preference in terms of position up front having played the latter stages of the Morton game as a front two alongside Martyn Waghorn.
On that, he explained: “It’s not any different from positions I’ve played in the past. I’ve played anywhere along the line in a front three, I’ve played in a front two and I’ve played as a lone striker.
“For me, it’s not really about the shape or what kind of formation we play. It’s about us carrying out Graeme’s instructions when we cross that white line because he feels that is the best way we are going to get the right result on Sunday and going forward.
“Whether we play one, two or three up, it doesn’t really bother me.”