There has been plenty of talk about Kenny Miller's move from Wolverhampton Wanderers to Celtic at the end of the season.

But Miller is insistent that he still has a lot to give not in words but in deeds before he leaves Molineux. And he made an early return to Glasgow this week to prove that still applies at international level too.

It was Miller's four goals in three games for his country early this season that pricked up enough ears north of the border to earn him his move to Celtic. And, after two successive blanks in a Scotland shirt, he returned to scoring form by getting the lone reply in a 3-1 defeat to Switzerland at Hampden Park.

On a bad night against the Swiss, Miller was one of the few to earn any praise from his international manager Walter Smith.

"Since I took over," said Smith, "Kenny has played exceptionally well for me. He's been a danger in every game."

Miller's superb solo effort was his seventh goal for his country on his 26th appearance, watched by Celtic boss Gordon Strachan, the man who will become his new club boss from the end of this season

"I was reasonably happy with my own performance," Miller said. "And it's always great to get on the scoresheet.

"Putting those type of chances away, when you are one on one with the keeper, is what it is all about at this level. As a forward, you are expected to score. And it's just disappointing it wasn't a winner."

Miller's next action for the Scots will be when he is due to be part of the squad that regroups in May for the long trip to contest the Kirin Cup in Japan. And, by then, he hopes to have concentrated his sharpshooting efforts on firing Wolves to promotion.

Wednesday night's goal was his third in successive games for club and country and his 14th for the season. But only half of them have come in the Championship for Wolves- a ratio he is keen to improve, starting against Queens Park Rangers tomorrow at Loftus Road.