Rotherham boss Paul Warne met with the media ahead of Wednesday’s Carabao Cup game at Everton.
The Millers head to Goodison Park for the second-round tie in their first visit there since 1992.
Here are four things we learned from Warne’s press conference.
Richie Towell deal could still be alive
Asked whether Warne could categorically rule out bringing Towell back to the club before Friday, the boss gave a positive answer. The Millers remain in dialogue with Brighton and a deal might still happen, though time is running out.
Only one signing is likely
Warne said that in an ideal world he would bring two players through the door before the loan window shuts, but because of the ‘five loans in a matchday squad’ rule, that might prevent him with four currently already at the club.
One or two heading out
There have been several outgoings already this month, but Warne hinted there might be more by the end of the week. There has been no interest, as yet, in Anthony Forde, though, despite recent rumours.
Rotherham maybe visiting a Premier League club but they will take to the field at Goodison Park with plenty of changes. Warne used the phrase “complete rotation” so there may not be too many of the same starters from the game on Sunday