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Which Rotherham players are out of contract in the summer?

Rotherham's march to safety with a superb last quarter of the campaign has meant that the summer overhaul might not be as severe as expected.

Even if Neil Warnock heads in another direction after the season is done, he has had his stay on who will earn a new deal.

Here we take a look at which players are out of contract in the summer.

Out of contract

Alex Cairns
Fetched in by Neil Redfearn in January, Cairns has yet to feature for the Millers and has fallen even further down the pecking order under Warnock.

Adam Collin
Currently on loan at Aberdeen, Collin's Rotherham career is already all-but over. One of just three survivors of the 2013-14 promotion campaign, he will officially leave a hero.

Paddy Kenny
Brought in by Neil Warnock, as is tradition, Kenny has been a stop-gap back-up to Lee Camp and at 37 is highly unlikely to be around next season.

Frazer Richardson
Richardson, 33, penned a two-year contract after the Millers first arrived in the Championship. He has more than held his own in recent weeks and might fancy his chances of a new deal.

Lewis Buxton
Signed a one-year deal with an option of the second in his favour last June, but has since waived that after being frozen out. Surely certain to leave.

Kirk Broadfoot
Signed as part of Steve Evans' scattergun approach in the summer of 2014, he has proved a revelation this season and is highly likely to be worth a new deal.

Stephen Kelly
Came to the club in November on a deal until the end of the season, the 32-year-old was beset by injuries but proved his worth in the unbeaten run.

Danny Collins
Joined the Millers on a similar deal to Buxton, he too waived his option of a second year in order to remain involved. At 35, he is unlikely to get a new deal.

Lloyd Doyley
A short-term arrival early in the Warnock reign, the 33-year-old played just three times before injury ended his campaign. 

Richard Wood
Discarded for most of his two years at the club, Wood has found some regular action now. He could be one who has used the unbeaten run as a platform for a new deal.

Emmanuel Ledesma
A virtually guaranteed departure, Ledesma signed a one-year deal last summer and has barely featured.

Paul Green
Green has played plenty of games over the last two seasons but has struggled to win fans over. Sometimes found wanting to the demands of the Championship, but an honest pro.

Jerome Thomas
Another signing made in a bid to boost the Millers' survival chances, Thomas was without a club since last summer and injuries have stopped him making a real impact.

Luciano Becchio
Yet another short-term solution, Becchio also has been troubled by injuries. He has not played under Warnock and would be asking for a new deal on the back of two substitute appearances.

Leon Best
His return from injury was one of the biggest factors of the march to safety. If he wants to stay and the money is right, a contract might be on the table.

Matt Derbyshire
A player who looked like his was heading for the exit until Warnock walked through the door. After an impressive contribution to safety could have earned him a new deal.

Under contract

Lee Camp
The Millers' number one signed a two-year contract in August so will be at New York Stadium until the summer of 2017.

Aimen Belaid
A January transfer window signing, Belaid signed a deal until the end of the 2018 season, but Warnock is not a fan.

Joe Mattock
Mattock was one of only a few players to get two-year deals in the summer, so the good news is the left-back should be around next season.

Greg Halford
A marquee signing last summer, Halford was having a season to forget having been frozen out and sent out on loan. He has been reintegrated under Warnock and has another year on his Millers deal.

Joe Newell
Another one of Evans' good pieces of work last summer was to tie Newell down to a three-year deal, so unless someone comes in with a sizeable fee for the midfielder, he will be around next season.

Lee Frecklington
The club captain penned a contract extension midway through last season, which allows him to recover from injury problems without the pressure of an expiring deal.

Richie Smallwood
Rotherham's Mr Reliable has another 12 months on his contract after penning a three-year deal in 2014.

Chris Dawson
Neil Redfearn's last signing as Millers boss, Dawson penned a deal until the end of next season, though has yet to feature for the first team.

Tom Thorpe
Not seen since the Ipswich debacle in November, Thorpe still has a year to run on his Millers contract, but will be keen for more game time.

Danny Ward
Ward is likely to be Rotherham's spearhead in attack next season, after he penned a two-and-a-half-year deal last January.

Jonson Clarke-Harris
Rotherham's record signing joined on a three-year deal in August 2014 so has one more season to start paying back his sizeable fee.


Shay Facey
Right-back Facey was brought in during the January transfer window from Manchester City but never really proved his worth. Currently back at City receiving treatment on a groin injury.

Grant Ward
The Spurs midfielder has been Rotherham's success story in the loan market, featuring in every game since the September win at Birmingham. Unlikely to be pushing for Spurs' first team next season but is capable of playing at a top-end Championship club.

Chris Burke
After making four starts for the Millers following his move from Nottingham Forest, Burke did not impress Warnock and did not feature after the Burnley.

Andrew Shinnie
The midfielder said he was using his time with the Millers to remind Birmingham of his capabilities, so has no long-term future in South Yorkshire even if Warnock did like him.

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