Ricky Miller is a goal scoring striker with a high work-rate, and has been compared to Kevin Phillips by former Luton manager John Still for his ability to capitalize on chances around the box, Starting in the youth systems at Charlton Athletic and Woking, before making his senior debut with Stamford in September 2006. He went on to have brief spells with Cottesmore Amateurs, Bourne Town, Rothwell Town, Corby Town, Hitchin Town, Fleet Town, Spalding United, Boston United, Cambridge City, Aylesbury, Wealdstone, Hemel Hempstead Town, St Ives Town and Arlesey Town. In his fourth spell with Stamford, at the end of the 2012–13 season, he scored the winning goal in the Northern Premier League Division One South play-off final. Miller then found success during his second spell at Boston United, and was named as the Conference North Player of the Year for the 2013–14 season after scoring 24 goals in 40 league matches. He signed with Luton Town in June 2014, entering the Football League at the age of 25. Miller was loaned to Dover Athletic for part of the 2014–15 season, before joining the club permanently in June 2015. He scored 45 goals in 46 appearances in the 2016–17 season and was named as the National League Player of the Year. Miller returned to the Football League after signing a three-year contract with Peterborough United in May 2017. He joined Mansfield Town on loan in January 2018, and was sold on to Port Vale in June 2018.
Ricky has scored goals at every single level he has played at and the Portas Group are delighted to partner with Ricky as he makes his footballing comeback in 2021.