Rotherham United: Old boy returns to increase Evans options

Pablo Mills, right, has rejoined Rotherham following a successful trial.

Pablo Mills, right, has rejoined Rotherham following a successful trial.

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New arrival Pablo Mills could feature in this afternoon’s clash at Notts County after rejoining Rotherham United following a successful trial with the League One club.

The 29-year-old, a free agent having left Macclesfield Town at the end of last season, penned a deal with the Millers yesterday until the end of January.

Mills, who previously spent four seasons with Rotherham between 2006 and 2010, making 139 league appearances, played under Rotherham manager Steve Evans at Crawley Town. Mills, who impressed in two reserve outings, can be deployed at centre-half or in central midfield.

“I had not spoken to Pablo in a while but he rang me and asked if he could train with us,” said Evans, who will assess Claude Davis’ (illness) fitness today. “He came in, he trained, he played and let me put it into perspective, he has been simply stunning. He has been outstanding, he is fit, he is hungry and he is eager so we have brought him in until January.”

Winger Lionel Ainsworth has joined Motherwell on loan until January.

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