Kenny Miller has cautioned journalists against quizzing manager Philippe Clement about the possibility of his team topping the Scottish Premiership.
With a game in hand over arch-rivals Celtic, Rangers have the chance to claim the summit in the upcoming fixture. However, Miller emphasized that Clement remains unwaveringly committed to a game-by-game approach rather than fixating on the league title.
In an exclusive column for the Daily Record on Monday (11 February), Miller conveyed Clement’s perspective, stating, “Don’t dare ask Philippe Clement about going top of the Premiership table on Wednesday night. Because he’s not interested.”
Miller continued, “If you listen to him, the Rangers manager simply sees it as another night’s work. Three more points in the process of trying to become champions. And I’m all for that focus and single-minded attitude.”
The Ibrox faithful may be buzzing with excitement at the prospect of overtaking Celtic, but according to Miller, Clement remains steadfast in his commitment to taking each match as it comes. The pivotal clash against Ross County awaits, offering Rangers the opportunity to stake their claim at the top of the Scottish Premiership.
As the anticipation builds among fans, Clement’s determination to maintain a focused and single-minded approach remains a testament to the team’s aspirations for success in the current campaign. The clash on February 14 promises to be a crucial moment in Rangers’ pursuit of the league title.