GRAEME MURTY admits Kenny Miller’s influence at Ibrox has been clear to see since he returned to the Rangers side.

The interim Light Blues boss handed Miller a recall to the starting line-up for the trip to Murrayfield last month and he inspired the Gers to a 3-1 win over the Hearts.

The 37-year-old then played his part against Partick Thistle at the weekend as Murty made it two wins from two since he replaced Pedro Caixinha.

Murty said: “I’m not sure if he has done anything different, you would have to ask the players.

“For me Kenny has always been a great trainer, a good voice, a positive voice, and we have to make sure we have more of that ilk, players who want to train at that standard and who want to push the football club forward.

“But I think you see his impact on the pitch. In his first game back he scores two and gets an assist, but the people who work with him every day aren’t surprised because that’s how he trains.

“He’s not done it for me, he’s done it for the club and he’s done it for the players in the changing room that he works with on a daily basis. I just happen to be a beneficiary of it.”

Goals from Ross McCrorie, Daniel Candeias and Josh Windass clinched a comfortable win for the Gers at Ibrox.

And Murty has been pleased with the reaction his side have shown following the departure of former boss Caixinha.

He told RangersTV: “It shows we are in a good place and it shows there are goals to come from the team.

“I don’t think there are many managers in Scotland that would turn down the array of attacking talent that we have.

“We just need to make sure that we understand how and when to utilise that attacking prowess and be a little bit more clinical.

“But I can’t be displeased at all. For someone who is just in the door so to speak, the guys have been fantastic for me, they’ve been really good.”