Miller outlines Brann goals
By Jostein Jensen
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The former Rangers midfielder completed his surprise move to Brann last week from Dundee United.
Miller is looking forward to the challenge of playing in Norway.
"A city of this size should have a team at the top of Tippeligaen," Miller told BT.
"My ambitions are to help them start to climb. They are only nine points behind the leaders Tromso. That is not that much."
Miller admitted that fellow Scot Robbie Winters had persuaded him to move to Brann.
"He was much of the reason why I signed for Brann. He has told me a lot positive things about the team.
"I have also been here in the past when I played with Glasgow Rangers. Bergen is a fantastic nice city."
Miller is glad that there is a break in the Norwegian season now so that he will get a little training in.
"I haven't played football in seven weeks, so my shape isn't the best.
"A week of training will do the trick. I will be in shape for the game against Molde."