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Neil Warnock to make Millers decision in next fortnight

Rotherham are due to find out whether Neil Warnock will remain their manager in the next fortnight.

Warnock has one outing left of his original 16-game brief as Millers boss, but after delivering safety in sensational fashion the clamour for him to remain at the club is strong.

But the 67-year-old, who is only willing to carry on in management for one more season, is keen to have a crack at winning a record-breaking eighth promotion - something that would need him to seek pastures new.

The will-he-won't-he saga has been played out for several weeks now, but Warnock believes an end is in sight.

"I will make it quite soon," he said of his impending decision. "I am sure after the Hull game, I am staying up all week, I will talk to him (chairman Tony Stewart) about everything. 

"I think a decision will be made in the next two weeks, I don’t want it hanging about because you have to work hard in the summer.

"I’d love to wait halfway through the summer if I am honest because the jobs will come up but I can’t because it’s not fair on the chairman. 

"I do like him because he has been straight up with me every minute and he trusts me so I am not going to dwell on it.

"He knows that the only reason I am hesitating is because he knows for me the opportunity to create that record won’t come again. I want eight promotions. Most managers want a three-year deal, I only want one year."

Warnock believes there will be five or six jobs coming up at clubs where he could potentially fulfil his promotion dream, but with the dust barely settling on this season by the time he makes a decision, that could lend itself to him staying at Rotherham.

"I don’t want to go to League One and I don’t think I’ll be able to go the other way," he said. 

"I think there will be five or six vacancies, I think some of the play-off lads might go if they don’t get promoted, there might be one or two changes in teams in mid-table and above so I think there is going to be lots of opportunities. 

"Who’s to say I haven’t already spoken to other clubs?"

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