Miller: 'We can give anyone a game'
By Michael Morris
Updated Friday, 24th February 2012
Cardiff City striker Kenny Miller believes his team have a chance at Wembley on Sunday.
Cardiff are massive underdogs when they face Liverpool in the first major cup final of the season. But that doesn't faze Kenny Miller who has won a play off final in England and plenty of silverware in Scotland as well.
"The way we play we've got a chance," he said.
"Malky was an aggressive player in defence and he's like that as a manager. He wants the best and demands 100 per cent. We're set up in a solid way and it's worked for us this season. We've had a little dip of late but we know we can give anyone a game."
Miller is more often than not leading the attack on his own. "It doesn't bother me," he added.
"As long as everyone else is working hard and doing their jobs I know I'll get support. Don Cowie and Aron Gunnarsson have been great running through from midfield and it's a role I'm used to playing with Scotland."
After a spell in Turkey Miller is enjoying his time in the Weslh capital.
"It's a great city to be in and the club is going well. We've had a dip lately but if we can get back to the way we were playing a month or so ago then we'll be in the promotion frame at the end of the season."
Miller doesn't want his team-mates to have stage fright on Sunday.
"It's important we don't get overawed by it. We've earned the right to enjoy the day and although we know Liverpool are a great club and we respect them as a team, we need to concentrate on what we're good at. We won't make it easy for them."