STRIKER Lewis Grabban has become Rotherham United’s seventh signing.
The 23-year-old, who plays down the middle but can also figure out wide, has been at Brentford where he worked with boss Andy Scott,
He also played with another new Millers signing, Danny Schofield, at Millwall.
Grabban began at Crystal Palace who sold him to Millwall for £150,000 in 2008. He moved to Brentford last year, initially on loan.
Having worked with him, Scott clearly feels he is the type whose style will benefit the Millers in League Two.
Grabban follows on last week’s signings of winger Schofield and big defender Troy Brown from Ipswich Town.
The previous signings were central defender Luke Foster, strikers Chris Holroyd and Gareth Evans and midfielder Ben Pringle.
The rearranged game at League Two newcomers AFC Wimbledon on Good Friday, April 6, will have a 3pm KO.