Lee Miller says he’ll be a striker option If his side need him after signing himself up to play for Falkirk.
The Bairns co-boss is enjoying a good start to life in management alongside David McCracken. They have yet to taste defeat and continued their strong run with a victory over Peterhead.
It edges them closer to the League One summit ahead of Scottish Cup weekend. They’ll travel to Championship side Arbroath as Miller and McCracken look to take their side on a cup run.
Miller will have a striker to call upon, himself. He’s now registered to feature for the Bairns after a few substitute berths as a trialist.
“The cup is a welcome distraction from the league, a tough fixture a well, it’ll be a good test for us,” said Miller. “I was at the cup final as a Falkirk fan. It was good, it was some atmosphere.
“It would be great to give the fans a good cup run. They are a Championship side and we feel we should be one. It’s a cup game, anything can happen, but we’ll go with a gameplan and take it from there.
“I have registered myself but it’s not about me. I’m really happy with my strikers and if injuries come up I’ll be there in an emergency. If needs be, we’ll see what happens.
“The whole team are playing well and are full of confidence. We’re working hard in training and it’s been very pleasing from a coaching point of view.”