Byline: By David McCarthy
LEE MILLER hardly got a touch of the ball in his 11 minutes on the Parkhead pitch at the weekend.
But when he scored with one of his few moments of possession and created the equaliser with another, it all added up to a decent contribution in Dundee United's thrilling 3-3 draw with Celtic.
The striker admitted he'll need to show more of the same in the coming weeks if he is to convince new boss Craig Brewster he is worth a regular place in the Tannadice line-up.
Miller's stunning form for Hearts last season has deserted him since moving to Tayside but he looked the part in his short run-out on Saturday and is now aiming to keep up the good work.
He said: "I didn't get a lot of touches but I scored and set up David Fernandez for the last one.
"I wasn't sure if I was offside or not when I scored. I looked across but the boys said I was definitely on.
"When the new gaffer came in it was a fresh start for everybody. …