Rangers were hammered 5-1 by their arch rivals in the league clash earlier this season, but will get a chance for revenge when the two sides meet in the semi-finals of the Scottish League Cup on Sunday afternoon.
The Light Blues go into the game as underdogs but Miller, who scored in the 1-0 win over Inverness Caledonian Thistle at the weekend, says the result is not a foregone conclusion.
“We know if we go into that game and play the way we play, we can hurt Celtic – there is no doubt about that,” Miller told The Scottish Sun.
“We have shown that in the past and shown in spells over the course of the season that if we play the way we can play, we can cause them problems.
“Will it be enough to win the game? Only time will tell – anything can happen in any game of football, but we will train well and prepare very well this week and we are going into it with a little bit of momentum. We are in a better place.”