KENNY MILLER insists it wouldn’t be correct for Rangers to go into next week’s League Cup semi-final with Celtic looking to right some wrongs.
The Light Blues were on the end of a 5- 1 league demolition when the sides last met, and while wanting to obviously win the game, revenge is not on Miller’s mind.
He explained: “To go in to any game with that type of mentality is wrong. We know if we go into that game and play the way we play, we can hurt Celtic – there is no doubt about that.
“We have shown that in the past and shown in spells over the course of the season that if we play the way we can play, we can cause them problems.
“Will it be enough to win the game? Only time will tell – anything can happen in any game of football, but we will train well and prepare very well this week and we are going into it with a little bit of momentum. We are in a better place.”
And on momentum, Miller feels that puts Rangers in a good frame of mind going into the game, adding: “It’s two victories and two clean sheets, and that’s great as the lads defended with their lives. They were under a lot of pressure, especially in that last 10-15 minutes with blocks, headers and tackles to keep that clean sheet and get down the road with the three points.
“It was great defending, but with a bit more care in the attacking sense, it could have been a few more.”