Former Celtic striker Kenny Miller has said that he cannot wait for getting off the market since he wants to stay at Vancouver Whitecaps for as long as possible. The 34-year-old is coming to the final few years of his stellar career. He has represented the likes of Celtic and Rangers in a career that started in 1998 with Hibernian. He has also been an important player for the Scottish national team. After helping Vancouver get a 4-1 win over New York Red Bulls, the player stated that he wants to stay with the club for as long as possible.
Miller helped himself to a brace in this match. It was very important for Vancouver that they started the season in brilliant fashion and they have done exactly that by beating title challengers New York Red Bulls in the opening match. Next up will be a match against Chivas USA away from home. Miller is out of contract in a few months time, but he is not worried about his future since he knows where he wants to stay. He has also refused to get carried away following this brilliant performance, as he says that this is just one game at the start of the season. It was important for the club to maintain this level of performance throughout the campaign.
“Listen, it’s one game. As I said before, we don’t get carried away. It’s fantastic, we’re going to go away and enjoy it – but it would be great to be off the market early doors,” said the 34-year-old. “Kenny’s come back, worked his way over the offseason and he’s got fit now. He hasn’t had a full preseason under his belt, but Kenny’s a top player as well, and he makes others around him better,” Robinson said after the match.