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Neil Warnock to discuss Rotherham stay in May

After last week confirming that he will be in management next season, Neil Warnock has now revealed that he will discuss the option of staying at Rotherham.

The Millers are desperate for the 67-year-old to continue his impressive work in South Yorkshire after guiding them - against all odds - to the brink of Championship safety.

Warnock's stint at New York was only ever supposed to be a short-term venture owing to the manager's personal life which sees his wife currently battling breast cancer.

But it was his better half that gave him the blessing to take the Millers job and it is her who has also given him the green light to continue working for another season.

That has raised hope that Warnock, who is expected to receive offers from other clubs in the summer, could yet stay in the Millers dugout, especially after he recently spoke of planning for next season.

And after Saturday's 0-0 draw with Nottingham Forest took them a potentially a point from safety Warnock confirmed he will sit down with chairman Tony Stewart at the end of the season to discuss his future.

"I've spoken to the chairman and we've agreed that we'll get together and talk about it in May."

The veteran has guided the Millers on a nine-game unbeaten run - the club's best at this level since 1982 - and taken some sizeable scalps along the way.

That has renewed his vigour for the job and has made him fancy another 12 months in the game.

"I had no intention of coming here. It was too far. No disrespect to Rotherham, I didn't think I could do much for them," Warnock added.

"But I went up for the QPR game and was made so welcome. It was an amazing afternoon for me. 

"I remember saying to the chairman, 'If I can help you, just give me a ring. 'I never thought I'd end up being his manager.

"I have got that little glint in my eye again now. I'm definitely going to manage next season. 

"Talking to Sharon at home, she thinks it's a great idea. She's very positive at the minute. 

"Sometimes women cope better at home on their own. I'll give it one more season.I hope the old ticker keeps going and we'll see where it takes us."

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