Date: 27th March 2009 at 9:30am
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Rotherham United loanee, Jamie Clarke, has told The Advertiser, that he would like to stay with the club.

‘I’ve settled in well here,’ the striker, on loan from Blackburn Rovers, said, ‘Pablo Mills has helped me out in training and in games and is a good role model. The same with Mark Robins who has shown faith in me. With his background he’s a legend and I can listen and learn from him.’

Before coming on loan to the Millers, Clarke was at Accrington Stanley, our visitors tomorrow and the twenty year old said, ‘Accrington was great. Being a striker himself, manager, John Coleman helped me and gave me an edginess to my game and I’m looking forward to playing in the game.

‘My aim at Rotherham is to get games under my belt and to keep improving. I am here until May and I’ll be grateful for whatever happens after that. There’s a nice buzz about the place regarding next season and we’ll be pushing for promotion and I would like to be part of that.’