RANGERS confirmed the signing of Kenny Miller on a one-year deal, with the option for a further year in June 2014 – it would be his third spell at the club.
He is known as a versatile and pacy striker who is skilled with headers and can play in a supporting role or as a centre-forward.
Edinburgh-born, he joined the Light Blues initially from Hibernian for the 2000/01 campaign before moving to Wolverhampton Wanderers, where he won his first career honour, the 2003 First Division play-off final.
He became one of only five post-war players to play for both Old Firm clubs when he signed for Celtic in 2006. He spent only a season at Parkhead before signing for Derby County for a year.
Miller then returned north of the border for a hugely successful period between 2008 and 2011. He won three top-flight league titles, the Scottish Cup and the League Cup during Walter Smith’s reign before leaving for Bursaspor in January 2011.
Following spells at Cardiff and Vancouver Whitecaps in MLS he has returned to Rangers for a third time. He activated an apperance based clause in his contract towards the end of the 2014/15 campaign, meaning he would stay on at Ibrox for another season.
Miller made his Scotland debut in 2001, in a friendly against Poland and he scored his first international goal against Iceland in March 2003. The striker went on to make 68 appearances for his country, getting 18 goals, before he announced his retirement from international football in 2013 after scoring in a Scotland v England game.