Lammers started in Rangers’ 1-1 Europa League draw against Aris Limassol and was largely ineffective before he was taken off.


The attacker joined Rangers in the summer and has scored just twice in 25 appearances for the club across all competitions.




He has rarely looked effective for Rangers this season and Miller conceded that he has not seen anything to suggest that Lammers is going to develop into a key player for the Glasgow giants going forward.


The former Rangers star insisted that Lammers has rarely shown the energy or the hunger for goals and assists that is needed for a player occupying the number 10 position.



Miller, when asked whether Lammers will make it at Rangers, said on BBC Radio Scotland: “At this moment in time, you have got to say no.


“You are talking about five months into an Ibrox career for Sam Lammers.



“I just think if I am playing in a number 10 position or I am watching a player playing in that position, I want to see energy, I want to see a goal threat, I want to see runs beyond the striker and I want to see link-up with that striker.


“If you want to be a 10, you need to affect games; you need to be creating chances, you need to be scoring goals and you need to grow an appetite and hunger to actually look like you are trying.


“I am not saying Sam Lammers is not trying but I just think he is that type; he has got that kind of lazy style where he is not particularly quick or mobile.”


Lammers is one of the players that Rangers signed last summer who are yet to show their worth for the club.