Date:Thursday January 19 2006
It's the transfer news of the day. Kenny Miller has become only the 3rd post-war player to sign for both Glasgow teams.
But there is a lot of football to be played beftween now and his leaving for Parkhead.
And Miller wants everyone to know he will be giving it his all until that time comes.
Speaking to Skysports he discussed his move, his time in Wolverhampton, and his feelings on the coming months as Wolves push for promotion. Asked how the news had been recieved at he said
"It's gone down great with me.I'm absolutely delighted to get it done and dusted."
'I'm looking forward to it. Obviously I've got half a season left here at Wolves to basically play a part in us getting promoted, and hopefully score plenty of goals in the process.'
Aware that some with short memories will look to castigate him for his exit he said
'I think what I've done for the club in the last five seasons has answered enough [to the critics].
'I've been fully committed in every game I've played. Yes, I've had some unhappy times but it's never stopped me performing for the club.'
No one should need reminding that his goals took Wolves to the promised land, or how the scoreboard read last time The Red Devils came to town.
But just in but just in case they do he added
'I played a big part in us getting promoted and had a couple of good moments in the Premier League for them.
'I'm going to play a part for us getting promoted this season.'
Miller's commitment and effort on the pitch is always plain to see. Any talk of him now shirking shows a complete lack of respect for what he has done since he first joined the club.
Thanks for all the goals Kenny, and thanks for the Cardiff smiles. A true Wolverhampton All Star.
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