KENNY Miller says he won’t stop until he has reclaimed the Premiership title for Rangers.

The 35-year-old signed a new 18 month contract earlier in the week and won’t feel his job is done in his third spell at Ibrox until he has a league medal around his neck.

Miller has won three titles with Rangers in the past but states lifting it again, after four seasons away from the top flight, would be extra special.

The striker said: “The goal is to win the Premiership, it has to be. That is what we want to do, we want to make sure we win the league this year and then get back to the top flight.

“Ultimately we need to win that league back, that is what the fans expect and that is what as players we are demanding of each other.

“We don’t want to just be up there and challenging as a top six team, we need to be challenging for that league and it would be great if I could achieve that.

“I need to make sure I am contributing next year so that I can stay another year!

“At the moment I feel as if I could play into my forties but ask me in a couple of years and we’ll see.

“I feel great, despite having a niggling injury over the last couple of weeks and training has definitely been beneficial.

“I feel great going into the game and after games and not quite as sore after and I think that is down to the level of training that we do.

“I have a contract now for another 18 months but even at the end of that I have no plans to retire and hang up my boots.”

When Miller signed his new deal Mark Warburton took time out to praise the forward’s influence in the dressing room.

As the most senior member of the squad putting an arm around the younger players is a job he takes just as seriously as his one on it.

Miller continued: “I’d like to think the way I train sets an example of how to go about their business day in and day out.

“We have a really good group of boys and since the gaffer has come in he hasn’t allowed standards to drop at all.

“There has only been maybe once or twice this season when he has had to stop the training and said that’s not been good enough.

“Straight away the lads have agreed with him, responded and taken it back up to our usual standards.

“I sometimes go and speak to lads if they’re maybe not playing because we have rotated the team quite a bit this season so some lads might get a bit down if they are left out or maybe need a wee gee up.

“Whatever it is if they need an arm around them I will do that or I will give somebody a kick up the backside, that’s what you’re there to do.”

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