Date: 4th December 2009 at 10:24am
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Rotherham United loanee, Adam Rundle, has hinted that he’d like to become more than a loanee, saying he ‘loves it’ with the Millers.

Speaking to Dom Howson of The Star, the former Newcastle Youth team player said, ‘I’ve only been here for two weeks and I have nothing but praise for the club, the lads and the management.

‘At the moment, I have two weeks left of my loan here and I am taking every day as it comes. What will be will be.

‘If I stay then great. If not, then hopefully I have done a job for the team. All I can do in the month is try and help the side up the table.’

Twenty-five year old Rundle, joined the Millers on an emergency months loan from Rochdale and has formerly played for Mansfield, Carlisle and Darlington.

‘There is definitely more to come from me,’ Rundle said, ‘and obviously the fitter I become the better I will perform.

‘I didn’t get involved as much as I’d have liked the other night but I know there is a lot I can offer here and I hope I can show that to the fans.’