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Rotherham boss Neil Redfearn is expecting better things to come from Farrend Rawson

Rotherham boss Neil Redfearn believes Farrend Rawson is only going to improve after extending his loan spell at the club until the end of the season.

The 19-year-old defender’s original six-month stay from Derby was due to come to an end, but the Millers have moved quickly to ensure he will spend the rest of the campaign in South Yorkshire.

The Rams have inserted a 24-hour recall clause and Rawson will be ineligible for the Sky Bet Championship meeting between the two clubs on March 12.

Rawson has emerged as a key player for the Millers this season after returning for a second stint following last season’s infamous stay.

He has made 15 appearances and forged a dominant central defensive partnership with Kirk Broadfoot, though has struggled with injuries in recent weeks.

He hobbled out of Saturday’s 2-1 loss at Preston, but Redfearn has been impressed with the youngster’s form.

“Young Faz has done really well,” he said.

“Faz has been impressive when he has played; he is a talented young lad with a long career in front of him. 

“He has been here for a while now, he was here for a spell last season, so he knows all about us and we know all about him. 

“He is still learning his trade in what is a tough division but he has done really well. The more games that he gets under his belt, the better he is going to be at this level.

“We are also obviously very grateful to Derby County for allowing him to stay with us.”

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