MARK Randall, who is pushing for his second starting appearance with Rotherham United, is to stay until the end of the season.
The 21-year-old has extended his loan from Arsenal for the remainder of the campaign having been initially hit by a broken collarbone when making his Millers debut at the end of October.
Since then he has made just three substitute appearances - one of them for the entire second half last Saturday - but following a private friendly with Sheffield United this week which aided his match fitness, Randall is closer to a starting place and feels he is now match fit.
"I feel I have really settled into the dressing room now and can't wait to play my first full game for the club," he said ahead of today's trip to second-placed Wycombe Wanderers.
Meanwhile, young midfielder Grant Darley, who this week got a six-month contract extension, has joined Evo-Stik Premier Division side Ossett Town on loan for a month.
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