With Neil Warnock reportedly on Nottingham Forest’s managerial wishlist (Nottingham Post), we take a look at three Rotherham United players he could look to bring to the City Ground, if he is appointed.
At the age of 21, there is still plenty more to come from Clarke-Harris, but he has shown flashes of quality.
The striker has pace, power and a lethal finish - but he is still developing as a player.
Clarke-Harris remains a raw prospect, but he made 37 appearances for the Millers last term, and looks to have a very bright future.
Newell is another young player currently on Rotherham’s book, who has impressed in the Championship.
The former Peterborough United man has accumulated well over 100 senior appearances, despite still only being 23-years-old.
Newell is able to play anywhere down the left hand side, as well as in central midfield - and his versatility could make him an appealing option.
Ward is only 24 years old, but he is another player with vast experience of the Championship.
The winger has been a key player for both Huddersfield Town and Rotherham in his career to date, and he made a positive impression under Warnock’s stewardship with the Millers.
Ward is a player who works very hard, and he appears to enjoy the defensive side of the game.
Ward fits in well with Warnock’s style, and it would not be too surprising if the experienced boss did try and set up a reunion wherever he ends up next.