Jun 4, 2014, 4:19 PM EDT
Scottish striker Kenny Miller has played all over the world but keeps coming home to Rangers.
A month after parting ways with the Vancouver Whitecaps, Miller has signed a one-year deal to bring him back to the Scottish Championship club where he spent 2000-01 and 2008-11.
Miller said he had plenty of options, but couldn’t say no to trying to lift Rangers back to the Scottish Premier League.
“I have enjoyed so much success at this great football club and I am determined to repeat it again next season and beyond.
“Rangers is a special football club and we are on the rise again. I want to play my part as we look to get back to the top of Scottish football.
“I had a number of offers once I left Vancouver but I had my heart set on returning to Ibrox and I can’t wait to get started again.”
Miller has also played at Celtic, Cardiff City, Bursaspor and Wolverhampton amongst other stops. He scored 13 goals in 43 MLS appearances for Vancouver.
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