Rotherham fans are undecided this season
Believe Rotherham have a realistic chance of winning a trophy
Rotherham fans are presently mostly feeling Hope
Rotherham's fans table estimates averaged a placing of 10.9
91% of Rotherham fans are happy with the team's current management
Rotherham fans want to see an Attacking Midfielder transfer
Are satisfied with Rotherham's recruitment so far this summer
Conor Washington / Free / Charlton
Northern Ireland frontman with plenty of second-tier experience. Hit double figures in League One last season and could be leaned on heavily by Rotherham. 3/5.
Tom Eaves / Free / Hull
Has yet to prove himself as a Championship quality striker, scoring ten goals across 71 second-tier games for Hull and may not be the answer to Rotherham's goalscoring issues. 2/5
Peter Kioso / Free / Luton
The wing-back looks a dependable sort with the ability to get forward and contribute in the final third. He recorded a handful of goals and assists when on loan at MK Dons in the first half of last season before a solid end to the campaign back at Luton. 3/5
Cohen Bramall / Undisclosed / Lincoln
Rotherham were in need of a left-back after Joe Mattock's departure and liked what they saw from Cohen Bramall, who was a regular for Lincoln last season. 3/5
Jamie McCart / Free / St Johnstone
A key part of St Johnstone's side, McCart is a no-nonsense centre back who needs to improve his range of passing and ability to focus if he's to succeed at this level. 2/5
Cameron Humphreys / Free / Zulte Waregem
The 23-year-old was highly thought of when coming through the ranks at Manchester City and is a versatile talent with the ability to play anywhere across the backline. 3/5
Grant Hall / Loan / Middlesbrough
Having spent nearly his entire career in the Championship, 30-year-old centre back Grant Hall is a smart signing from newly promoted Rotherham, who can benefit from his physicality and strength at the back. 3/5
Lee Peltier / Free / Middlesbrough
The 35-year-old defender brings plenty of experience to the Millers' dressing room but whether he still has much to offer on the pitch is debatable. 2/5
Free / Ipswich
Free / Sheffield Wednesday
Free / Sheffield Wednesday
Free / Plymouth
Free / Harrogate
Conor Washington and Tom Eaves has been brought in to help address the goalscoring issues of a side that netted the fewest goals of League One's top six teams last season.
Five of Dan Barlaser's seven assists last season came from set pieces.
Michael Smith has moved to Sheffield Wednesday and needs to be replaced. He was involved in 24 (34%) of his team's 70 goals last season.
Rotherham are strong in the air and 23 of their goals last season were from set-pieces. Only Wigan (25) scored more set-piece goals in the third tier.
Rotherham have been tagged as a yo-yo club - too good for League One and not strong enough for the Championship - but the cycle of promotions and relegations can be broken with survival set to be achieved this season. The Millers have got stronger since they were last in the second tier and their physical, direct style will make them tough opponents at the New York Stadium.
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