KENNY MILLER has revealed that Rangers will “never give up” in their pursuit of the Premiership title, believing leaders Celtic are unbeaten but not unbeatable.

Brendan Rodgers’ side will move 11 points clear over their Glasgow rivals with a further two games in hand should they defeat Hamilton Academical this evening and a sixth successive championship for the Parkhead club already looks a near-certainty.

Miller, though, takes heart from Rangers’ recent mini-revival and hopes the team can sustain a winning run before welcoming Celtic to Ibrox on December 31 for what looks increasingly like a season-defining encounter for Mark Warburton’s side.

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Rangers have failed to win three successive matches in the league this season and will look to put that right when they travel to face Hamilton at New Douglas Park on Friday night. Should they do so, Miller hopes they can then build up a head of steam leading into that Hogmanay Old Firm clash.

“We keep talking about putting a run of consistent wins together and to have any chance of clawing back some of that gap we have to do that,” said Miller, as he and the rest of the Rangers first-team squad and management team paid a visit to the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow and handed over a donation of £10,000 from the club’s charity foundation that included contributions from the players.

“At the moment it’s a big, big ask but you never give up. We’ll never give it up and we won’t concede it but for us to get it back and make it respectfully close, we are going to have to put a run together. We’ve still not managed to get three wins in a row but we have another opportunity to do that on Friday and if we do that, we want to kick on to four and five wins in a row. This is a great spell for us because the games come thick and fast and it gives us the chance to put that run together.

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“If we can win the next three games against Hamilton, Inverness and St Johnstone we’ll go into the Old Firm game off the back of five wins. The manager is big on taking each game as it comes but we need to put a run of games together. That game against Celtic is at home. We’ve already put right the defeats away from home to Aberdeen and Hearts, so it would be good to win that one against Celtic as well.”

Celtic have been a formidable force domestically this season, winning 13 of their 14 league games to date and drawing the other away to Inverness Caledonian Thistle. Miller knows it will take a momentous effort for any side to beat them in the league but felt that no team is ever invincible.

“They are not unbeatable – 100 percent,” he added. “No team is unbeatable. The best teams in world football get beat, it’s as simple as that. It’s a big, big ask to go through a whole season undefeated, that’s for sure. It’s up to us and the rest of the teams to put that right but the only time we can do that is when we play them next, which is on the 31st. Come that time, we can hopefully change that.”