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No Rotherham return for Alex Revell but how big a role will he play in their fate?

He may not have made the move back to Rotherham that was touted for much of the January transfer window, but Wembley hero Alex Revell could still have an impact on their fate this season after joining relegation rivals MK Dons.

The 32-year-old was linked with a move back to New York Stadium just 12 months after leaving for Cardiff, with boss Neil Redfearn admitting he was an admirer, but that never materialised into anything firm.

The Millers never got past an initial enquiry and certainly did not make a bid for him. 

However, Revell still got his move away from the Bluebirds late on deadline day as he turned his back on a lucrative contract in south Wales to sign a deal with the Dons until the end of the season.

He joins a team that is in direct competition with the Millers to stay in the Sky Bet Championship looking to rediscover the form he managed in a red and white shirt and hopes to score the goals which will keep Karl Robinson's side in the division.

The ambitious-but-brilliant striker said: "I am delighted, it is a great challenge for me now. I have had an up and down year at Cardiff and I need to come here and prove my worth to the manager until the end of the season.

"I need to get back to where I was scoring goals and playing like I was at Rotherham. I am full of confidence and I really want to help this group of players stay in the league.

"I want to score goals, if I am given chances I believe I will, I scored goals for Rotherham in the years we got promotion. I can hold the ball up, I am everything a number 9 should be.

"I know with the players we have got here we create chances and I want to be the ones scoring the goals."

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