Miller's display in Saturday's 2-1 defeat of Hibs is likely to have impressed number of the English Championship and League One scouts who were in attendance.
With 12 goals to his name this season, the 24-year-old appears to be keen on another crack at English football having spent two years with Bristol City between 2003 and 2005.
He said: "I will wait and see what happens, the talks are on-going.
"I am keeping an open mind. I think I have had a decent season so I just need to wait and see what comes up."
Boss Jimmy Calderwood has already started his quest to replace Miller and is believed to be hot on the trail of Slovak striker Pavol Masaryk.
Calderwood missed Saturday’s game to watch Masaryk score in a 3-0 win for his club SK Bratislava. The big forward is a similar player to Miller and was third top scorer in the league last season.
Meanwhile, Scotland on Sunday have linked Aberdeen with a move for Dunfermline duo Mark Burchill and Darren Young as Calderwood begins his rebuilding plans for next year.