KENNY MILLER admits he was ‘devastated’ at the way his Rangers career came to an end last season.

The striker and captain Lee Wallace were suspended in the aftermath of the Old Firm defeat to Celtic at Hampden.

Both players were then fined by Rangers and have subsequently appealed their punishments to the SPFL.

Wallace still has 12 months to run on his Light Blues deal but faces an uncertain future after Steven Gerrard was appointed as boss.

Miller has now left Ibrox for the final time, however, and has been linked with moves to Aberdeen and Hibernian, as well as the vacant managerial position at Livingston.

And the 38-year-old is upset at his Ibrox exit.

Miller told Sky Sports: “It was very disappointing. I was devastated to be honest.

“Obviously it was taken out of my hands but when you’ve played for a club that length of time, over three spells, and you don’t get the chance to pull on the jersey for the last time and play in front of your home crowd.

“When I first came here 18 years ago, over time I’ve built relationships with people and to not even get the chance to say goodbye to them… it was really disappointing.

“It has been tough. There’s a lot of things that have been said - alleged bust-ups and things like that.

“What I can say is that at no point did I have any bust-up with the manager after the game.

“When you keep reading that it is frustrating.

“There is a process ongoing at the moment and I’ve just got to ride it out for the next weeks, months, however long it is going to take for this to come to an end.”