Kenny Miller has launched another attack on his undignified departure from Sevco.
The striker was suspended in the aftermath of the 4-0 Scottish Cup semi-final defeat from Celtic then left Ibrox with a fine of two weeks wages.
A number of rumours have emerged about what went on in the losers dressing room at Hampden that led to Miller and Lee Wallace being sent to the dog house.
On Saturday the former Vancouver Whitecaps striker hinted at what happened with Graeme Murty while vowing to one day tell his side of the story.
Yesterday Sky Sports were treated to an interview with Miller who clearly holds a massive grudge about the way he was pushed out the side door at Ibrox.
“It has been tough,” the striker reflected. “There’s a lot of things that have been said – alleged bust-ups and things like that.
“What I can say is that at no point did I have any bust-up with the manager after the game. When you keep reading that it is frustrating.
“There is a process ongoing at the moment and I’ve just got to ride it out for the next weeks, months, however long it is going to take for this to come to an end.”
Looking back at his low key departure he added: “It was very disappointing. I was devastated to be honest. I was really hurt and upset with the way it had to end.
“Obviously it was taken out of my hands but when you’ve played for a club that length of time, over three spells, and you don’t get the chance to pull on the jersey for the last time and play in front of your home crowd.
“When I first came here 18 years ago, over time I’ve built relationships with people and to not even get the chance to say goodbye to them… it was really disappointing.”
Miller is expected to hold talks with Livingston about becoming player-manager and is wanted by Aberdeen, Hibs and Motherwell as a player.