Kenny Miller has paid a classy tribute to Kris Boyd on his retirement.
According to The Scottish Sun, the Kilmarnock striker has played his last game in Scottish football and will now concentrate on his media career.
That may come as a surprise to some as Boyd played 24 times for Killie last season, scoring six goals as they finished third and secured European football for the coming season.
Boyd is 35 though and can look back on a very successful career with clubs like Kilmarnock, Rangers, Middlesbrough, Portland Timbers and Eskisehirspor in Turkey. He also played 18 times for Scotland.
Miller was one of Boyd’s teammates at Rangers and Scotland and forged a good relationship with the Sky Sports pundit.
He’s among the first of those to pay tribute to Boyd:
Boyd scored 293 goals in 647 games and will go down as one of Scotland’s best ever goalscorers.
He also retires with the most goals scored by a player in the SPL.