Miller could be heading back to Ibrox
Derby County chairman Adam Pearson has confirmed that the Championship side are in talks with Rangers about the possible transfer of Kenny Miller.
The Scotland international moved south from Celtic last summer but is thought to be keen on re-joining the Ibrox club following Derby's relegation.
"We've had early discussions with Rangers and talks are on-going," Pearson told BBC Scotland.
"But there has been no asking price either set or met."
Miller enjoyed mixed fortunes in a previous stint at Ibrox after moving from Hibernian in June 2000 for £2m.
Wolves spent £3m bringing the striker to Molineux, where he spent five seasons, before Celtic snapped him up on a free transfer in July 2007.
Miller scored six goals in 30 games for the Pride Park side last season as they dropped out of the Premier League following a miserable campaign.
Ibrox manager Walter Smith knows Miller from his days in charge of the national side.
Miller has scored 11 goals in 37 appearances for Scotland.