The 28-year-old prop or second-rower has yet to begin negotiations with the Raiders on a new deal.
And while Miller’s first preference would be to see out his days with the Raiders, the 106-gamer conceded he could have to look elsewhere.
”I love Canberra, I love this club, I’ve been here since I’m 17, so I don’t want to go anywhere else,” he said.
”There aren’t many one-club men anymore. I’d consider anything.”
Miller has been a constant in the Raiders’ forward pack since making his first-grade debut in 2004. But a new contract is the least of his concerns now.
With Canberra on the verge of a club-record nine straight losses, his sole focus is doing his bit to help the Raiders upset the Storm at AAMI Park in Melbourne on Saturday.
Through a combination of form and injury, Miller has struggled to string together regular games in recent seasons.
He played only 10 games last year due to a neck injury, and has been overlooked for three of the Raiders’ nine games this season.
But the wheel is starting to turn.
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