Date: 11th January 2008 at 8:53am
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Rotherham United have managed to secure the services of two players this week while none have left the club – which is how manager, Mark Robins, hopes it stops.

Speaking to The Advertiser Robins said, ‘I have received no enquiries about any of my players and I am quite happy about that. It means we can concentrate on what we are trying to do and that’s get the club back up.

‘Of course, we have to be realistic, but I don’t expect transfers of any of my players and I would be very disappointed if it happened.

‘We are trying to build something here not dismantle it.’

The Millers have brought in goalkeeper Richard O’Donnell on a three month loan and loanee, Ian Ross, has signed a permanent deal while Liam King and Tom Cahill have gone on loan to Altrincham where Cahill got on the score sheet this week and Andy Todd has gone on an emergency loan deal to his former side Accrington Stanley