RYAN Cresswell hopes to get the go-ahead to start full training with Rotherham United tomorrow.
The Rotherham United central defender, out for two months, goes for a scan and assessment of his shoulder today and if he gets the all-clear then he will start a serious push for a first team return.
“I’ve been doing all the training but without any contact but an all-clear from the specialist and I can get involved with some contact work again and get looking forward to a game,” said Cresswell at Gillingham last night, where he was watching the Millers.
Although Rotherham have two games coming up, it is likely that the chance for him to get 90 minutes under his belt would come when the reserves are at home to Barnsley next Wednesday (2pm).
He has been out since December 11 after breaking his collar bone against Aldershot.
Millers’ veteran player and coach Paul Warne is guest of Rotherham United Nostalgia Society at the Green Dragon, Kimberworth, tomorrow (8.30).