KENNY MILLER was delighted to see Josh Windass coming back from injury and playing well against Linfield yesterday.
Windass picked up an injury against East Stirlingshire and has been missing for several weeks, unavailable for selection.
Speaking to RangersTV after the match, Miller said: “It was great to see Josh Windass getting sixty minutes under his belt today after five or six weeks with injury.
“I think that we could see the attributes that he has got, his pace and how direct that he is and arriving into the box. I think he had a big part to play in how well we played today.
“The way that we played and how quickly we moved the ball, the chances that we created, the way we were getting forward and the fluency of our play was great.
“All of that is only going to help us next week and moving into the rest of the season.”
Miller was happy that new recruit Joe Garner opened his scoring account after having to come off due to a wound above his eye.
He continued: “He had an unfortunate start to the game for him when he went in for that header and we all saw the deep cut appear on his head.
“It was great for him to get on and get his goal. He is always alive when that ball is about the box.
“I also think that his general play has been good and he is only going to get better as the season moves on and he becomes more familiar with the way that the team plays.”
Niko Kranjcar scored an excellent long range goal in the game and Miller said after the game that is always a threat that the Croatian will carry.
He continued: “That’s the quality that he’s got. When you’ve got someone who can do that from distance you’re delighted.”