Miller has already signalled his intent to move on from relegated Derby but any move is likely to face considerable opposition from the Rangers support who have already voiced their discontent at the prospect of the Scotland striker’s return.
Having spent one season at Celtic Park, Miller would become the first player to cross the Old Firm divide twice and would relish the opportunity to work with his former Scotland management team.
"I think it would be silly to knock that on the head before speaking to anybody so we will wait and see," he said.
"If it happens, it happens. I've worked with Walter and Ally before and felt they got the best out of me so I would love to go back and work with them.
"The season is finished now so it's time to sit down and see what's on offer. I'm sure over the coming weeks it will be a lot clearer than it is at the moment."