KENNY MILLER was delighted with today’s Testimonial match against Linfield at Windsor Park.
The Gers striker bagged four goals in the 7:0 win over David Healy’s men as the Light Blues ran riot
Speaking to RangersTV after the match, Miller said: “It was a great workout and it definitely served its purpose for us.
“Firstly it was great to pay tribute to Jamie [Mulgrew]. It’s great to play for ten years at any club as it shows great commitment from both the player and the club to achieve that.
“For us it served a purpose too, to give us a game during the international break ahead of the big game next week.
“It also served purpose to get us back to playing in a way that we were more accustomed too last year.
“We’re delighted with the work out and it’s a great result for us. I think that we saw some really good performances from the players and the guys coming back too.”
Miller wore the captains armband on the day in the absence of injured skipper Lee Wallace and the former Scotland international striker bagged a fantastic first time hat-trick that he added to into the second half.
He continued: “I think the only time that I’ve scored four goals was back in that St Mirren game all of those years ago.
“Goals aside and result aside, I think it really served the purpose of getting us back to scoring goals and a way of football that we are used to that we haven’t really seen this year.”