KENNY MILLER has paid tribute to Harry Forrester after he scored for the third game in succession in yesterday’s stunning 4-0 demolition of Dundee.

Forrester’s howitzer strike had the Light Blues ahead after just 15 seconds, and he went on to enjoy a superb match as Paul Hartley’s side were swept aside with one of the most stylish performances seen at Ibrox Stadium in many years.

Miller said: “Harry has been great. It’s maybe taken him a few weeks to find his feet and get his fitness, but even before that I think he was very, very unfortunate not to open his accounts in the Morton and Alloa games as he was fantastic in those matches and hit the post and had a few chances.

“In the last three games though he has been outstanding and the goals have been a massive part of us firstly moving on today and also securing three points in the league as well.”

Miller also spoke glowingly of Lee Wallace after he made his 200th appearance in a Rangers jersey this afternoon: “He has been great all season. Both him and James [Tavernier] have a lot of goals from that position this season, and he has been outstanding and a real model of consistency this year.

“He probably could have had a couple today and he gets himself in such good positions, but it was a fantastic individual goal and he showed great ability to go past the last two players and he had that calmness to slot it home.”

The result yesterday means Rangers now await their fate in the semi-final draw which takes place later this afternoon.

And regardless of who the Light Blues draw, it’s a match Miller is looking forward to immensely.

He added: “It’s at Hampden and it will be another fantastic occasion for the club.

“It’s well-deserved that we are in that semi-final, and whoever we get, we will be looking to win that game and move onto the final.”

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