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Lee Camp pushed on by Paddy Kenny's arrival says Rotherham boss Neil Warnock

Rotherham goalkeeper Lee Camp has been enjoying a sensational run of form in recent weeks and boss Neil Warnock knows why.

The 31-year-old stopper has been the Millers' most consistent player as they battle the drop and he produced another impressive performance in registering a clean sheet in the 1-0 win at Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday, which earned him your man of the match vote.

And Warnock attributes that high level to the arrival of Paddy Kenny.

"The best thing I did for Lee Camp was bring Paddy Kenny because I thought he has upped his gear, he has upped his performance level and he is one of the best there is now," reckons Warnock. 

"I thought he was, not slack, but having Paddy in has given him a massive lift in training. It's good to see him like that, he's back to what he was week in week out and we'll need him in the next 11 games."

Camp is set to take his place in the Millers XI against Middlesbrough on Tuesday, but Warnock has suggested there will be a number of changes to his side.

With Leon Best and Jerome Thomas left out at Hillsborough and Lee Frecklington still feeling his way back from a lengthy absence, Warnock has decisions to make.

"We need a bit of luck with injuries, we have got three tough games coming up and I will make changes because quite frankly I don't think some of the lads will make three games in a week. 

"That's why I left Jerome out because I want him for midweek, whether he starts or not, and Besty is coming back from a long-term injury. We need him. 

"We have to look on Monday to see whether we can change it without affecting things too much and just get on with it. 

"The dressing room is very good after winning two games as you would imagine. 

"I love to see players roll the sleeves up in games like that and it makes me really proud and I will miss that when I finally, finally hang up the boots."

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