Miller happy to keep options open

Miller joined the R’s loan in January in a bid to get some

first-team action after a string of injuries disrupted his Baggies

career. The 24-year-old still believes he could have a future at

The Hawthorns, but would be willing to stay with Rangers if he

fails to feature in the plans of Baggies boss Roy Hodgson. “It was

nice to get the phone call from QPR manager Neil Warnock and he is

a great guy at a great club, so I couldn’t really say no,” Miller

told the Express and Star. “West Brom have got a great squad there,

with a new manager in place since I left, but I was happy there and

I am happy here, so I’m not sure what will happen this summer.

“They could change divisions this summer, but hopefully West Brom

can stay up and be joined by QPR next season. “I’m not putting any

pressure on either club to make a decision and I will be happy to

be playing at either club next season.”