Date: 21st February 2008 at 10:23am
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Rotherham United manager, Mark Robins, insists that midfield player, Ian Ross is still in his plans.

Twenty-two year old Ross joined the Millers from neighbours Sheffield United and hasn’t started a game since the beginning of January against MK Dons, although he has come on four times since as a substitute.

Robins told members of the Millers Trust that Ross has great technique and ‘is a good passer of the ball and has the ability to open up teams. But, at times, he likes to watch his pass too much.

‘He is definitely in my plans but I have to see what the opposition have and sometimes Ian Ross may not be best suited.’

The manager hinted that Ross might be figure in the game on Saturday against Lincoln as he is thinking of making the odd change to the team.