Kenny Miller has revealed that he is missing his beloved Rangers, indicating that he could return to Ibrox this summer. The 31-year old striker left Glasgow to join Turkish Super Lig club Bursaspor in January but has not flourished in his new environment and reports suggest that his family have failed to settle.
Miller admitted that he is missing being a 'Gers player but was remaining realistic about a return to the club less than six months after departing for a lucrative £50,000-a-week deal.
"Things can change in football and if opportunities arise you have to look at them. I said that for the last year and a half at Rangers. You never know what's around the corner," he said.
"If something popped up out of the woodwork then you have to look at it.
"There is no point in dwelling on anything when there is no decision to be made. As things stand I have two years left at Bursaspor.
"Obviously you hear about things being said back home. I don't think it will happen, although you never know.
"I loved my two and a half years at Rangers in my second spell.
"I was placed in a position in January where I only had one option - and that was to go. I saw them lifting the League Cup and while I was delighted for the lads it was hard watching it.
"I felt I was such a big part of it in the last year and if I'm honest I have missed it.
"I missed working with the gaffer, I also missed working with Coisty, Kenny McDowall and Ian Durrant every day.
"I missed playing with the lads at Ibrpx. To have those special days at the end of the season when you are going for a title is something else.
"All I was thinking about then was what the party was going to be like.
"It was another medal and it meant so much to the club.
"You do miss it. I wouldn't be human if I didn't feel that."