KENNY MILLER is confident the Rangers forward line will only get better with time as new partnerships are formed at the head of the Light Blues’ attack.

Striker Alfredo Morelos made it three goals in two games at the weekend as he followed up his double against Dunfermline with the opener in the Premiership clash with Hibernian.

The Colombian’s efforts were to prove in vain as Pedro Caixinha’s side suffered a 3-2 defeat in controversial circumstances at Ibrox.

But Miller believes there are positive signs up front as the Gers attempt to hit the goal trail in the top flight this term.

He told RangersTV: “Alfredo is coming on; he is a young lad who has made a big impact in the last two games getting three goals.

“It is about getting to know each other, that chance where I put the ball over the keeper I am looking for my partner to be there.

“That understanding will no doubt come but we have options in the front area with Alfredo, Eduardo (Herrera) and also Josh (Windass) can go up there as well.

“We can change the way we want to play as well because we have decent width in the team too.

“It is a work in progress but it will definitely get stronger as the season goes on.”