Dundee striker Kenny Miller has plenty of years left in him, says Adil Nabi
Nabi on Miller: "He is as fit as a fiddle and he’s still got great finishing ability. He must have been absolutely frightening when he was younger." Kenny Miller is destined to be a first-class manager but can keep on playing well into his forties, according to Dundee team-mate Adil Nabi. แทง บอล ส เต็ ป The veteran former Rangers striker celebrated his 39th birthday two days before Christmas Day, and has so far racked up 637 career appearances across five different countries. Edinburgh-born Miller continues to defy his age, having notched 47 per cent of Dundee's league goals this season, and Nabi says his team-mate has plenty of gas left in his tank. "Kenny needs no introduction, he is just a fantastic player," Nabi told Sky Sports News. "You would never be able to tell he is 39. He is as fit as a fiddle and he's still got great finishing ability and a great all-round game. He must have been absolutely frightening when he was younger.
แทง บอล ส เต็ ป "I think he's still got a good few years left of playing in him to be honest. When you see him in training on a day-to-day basis he shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. "He will no doubt be a top manager but at the minute he is as fit as anything so I think he'll carry on playing for quite a while to be honest." Former England youth international Nabi, who is reportedly attracting interest from a number of clubs, has featured in six matches alongside Miller, who has notched eight goals in all competitions so far this term.
And the 24-year-old former West Brom youngster revealed he is keen to tap into Miller's vast experience. "Kenny is a top footballer and an even better person," said Nabi. "He has a real presence in and around the changing room and you can always ask him what to do and what not to do. It's so important for me, แทง บอล ส เต็ ป as my career progresses, to have the chance to learn from someone like that. "Having someone like Kenny Miller around is fantastic. He's another legend that I am proud to say I have played with. I just try and learn as much as I can from him and soak it all up to be honest."