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Miller: Holiday first, then a new club . . .

KENNY MILLER believes he has at least another three years of football in him after negotiating a release from his contract at Vancouver Whitecaps.

Miller, the former Scotland internationalist, had two months left on his deal with the MLS side and Rangers are favourites to secure the striker for a third time.

Miller, though, insists he plans to take a holiday before sorting out his future. "There is nothing in place as yet," he said. "What this does is give me six, seven weeks to first of all get a holiday, which I've not had since I've been out in Vancouver.

"So we'll get away and then we can sit down, my agent can earn his money and hopefully find me a new club come July 1. I wouldn't rule anything out, I'll can look at all options to see what it brings.

"It's a case of my agent getting down to work and finding a new home. For me it's a good time to go."

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