Rotherham United’s caretaker manager Paul Warne has outlined his desire to add up to four players to his squad in January, according to The Sheffield Star.
Warne has admitted that he is learning on the job after overseeing a slight upturn in fortunes since taking over from Kenny Jackett, who resigned shortly after joining the Millers.
Rotherham have won 2 of their last 6 games but lost the other 4.
However they had only won 1 game before Warne took over, so there is some sign of improvement at least.
The Millers look doomed to relegation, though, and they currently sit 10 points adrift of safety after losing to Burton Albion last night.
And things could get worse for Warne’s outfit with goalkeeper Lee Camp attracting interest from a number of clubs.
Camp has not played under Warne because of a knee injury that he sustained in Jackett’s last game in charge but he is still wanted by a host of teams.
Rotherham fans – how much of a loss would it be to sell Camp? Who can you sign in January? Do you have any chance of staying up? Let us know in the comments below…