Mills keen to extend Rovers stay

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Joseph Mills has expressed his desire to extend his loan spell at Doncaster.

The 21-year-old Southampton left-back has been limited to only eight appearances for Rovers since joining on an emergency loan in October, with an ankle injury keeping him sidelined for six weeks.

However Mills made his return in the 3-0 win over Scunthorpe on Saturday and he told the Sheffield Star: "I've been playing games here and I've been enjoying my football so it would be great to stay on. But obviously it is not up to me. It is up to the manager here and the manager at Southampton."

He added: "I'm just looking to keep playing well and keep working hard and see what comes about."

Meanwhile, Doncaster's away match with Derby, originally scheduled for Boxing Day but postponed because of a power failure at Pride Park, has been rearranged for Tuesday March 1, kick-off 7.45pm.

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