Date: 7th June 2012 at 9:35am
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Former Rotherham United skipper, Pablo Mills, says he wouldn`t rule out a return to the Millers.

Pabs, who played more than one hundred and fifty games for the Millers between 2006 and 2010, was released by Crawley Town at the end of the season, after helping them get promotion to League One.

Speaking to Sky Sports, the twenty-eight year old former Derby County centre-half said, ‘It is natural that I will be instantly linked with a club like Rotherham because of my past spell there and also the fact that the manager there is one that I have worked with recently and if he (Steve Evans) wants to speak to me then I am open to doing so.`

Pabs joined Crawley from the Millers and said, ‘A lot of people raised eyebrows when I joined Crawley, but I saw the vision and ambition in place there and I am looking forward to replicating the success I had there with whichever club I join over the summer.`



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