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Rotherham's Greg Halford won't be returning to Birmingham after Gary Rowett shuts door on loan deal

Rotherham utility player Greg Halford will not be returning to Sky Bet Championship club Birmingham after boss Gary Rowett confirmed they will not be pursuing a loan extension.

The 30-year-old, who has had a turbulent time at the Millers since arriving as their marquee signing in the summer, has returned from a month's stay at St Andrew's, where he featured three times off the bench.

Millers boss Neil Redfearn has made it clear that he does not fit into his plans at New York Stadium and Halford was keen on a return to Blues.

He tweeted: "What ever happens now with me it's been an honour to put on a @BCFC shirt this last month. I hope to see u all very soon."

However, having played just 17 minutes and not featuring since December 18, Rowett has confirmed he has no interest in extending Halford's loan.

Halford exited the Millers on loan deadline day in November after a disappointing start to his career in South Yorkshire, where a string of poor performances led to him being stripped of the captaincy.

A reported fall-out with Eric Black then followed, taking to Twitter to express his frustration, and he has been unable to win new boss Neil Redfearn over.

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