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Neil Warnock planning for next season regardless of his own destination

Neil Warnock may not be at Rotherham next season but he even if he is not, he will have some impact on the players that are.

The future of the 67-year-old is up in the air as his 16-game stint at the New York Stadium heads towards it's final chapter.

Warnock is on the brink of achieving his survival mission and such has been his impact with the Millers, they are desperate to extend his stay into next season.

Although Warnock has confirmed he will definitely be in management next season, whether that will be at Rotherham remains to be seen, with the two parties set to discuss the matter in May.

Even if the veteran boss heads elsewhere, he will have a say in which players his replacement may have at his disposal after offering advice to chairman Tony Stewart on which of the 16 out-of-contract players should be handed new deals.

"I am sure over the next few weeks there will be players written about in the press who we want to sign who we want to re-sign," he said.

"I have talked to the chairman. I have given my opinion on what I would do if I was here long term. It is up to Paul (Douglas, chief operating officer) and Tony to take it on board, which I think they will do. 

"I have done everything that a manager should do at a club. 

"You have got to plan for the future. Rotherham can't afford to get left behind. Rules are changing next year with the loan players so you have to have a bigger squad from the start. You're not going to get any help after the window closes." 

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