Rotherham United defender Sean Raggett could play some part in tomorrow’s Reserve game at Roundwood when Port Vale’s second eleven are the visitors.
The twenty-four year old, who is on loan from Norwich City, hasn’t played since limping off on with just nineteen minutes gone away at Wigan at the beginning of September.
Sean had an operation on his ankle and was originally expected to be out for a few months although recently Millers Boss Paul Warne has hinted that he could be back for the Christmas games.
Defender Sean has played just five times since joining the Millers in July scoring the only goal in Rotherham’s home win over Millwall in August.
But today he has returned to training with Warne telling the Official Site ‘Sean has done really well with his rehabilitation and today has joined in with the rest of the lads who have returned from the international break.
‘If he has a really good week, and he looks well then I would have no issue putting him in Saturday but ideally he would have a reserve game. There is one tomorrow so we’ll consider if he can handle twenty minutes.’
This can only be good news for the Millers!
Tomorrow’s Reserve game v Port Vale is a 1pm kick-off at Roundwood