Rotherham manager Neil Redfearn wants reinforcements to help the Millers avoid the drop after they slumped to a 4-1 defeat at Fulham.
Cauley Woodrow netted his first goal in four months after six minutes before Farrend Rawson drew Rotherham level.
Woodrow, making his first league start of the season, then put Fulham back ahead just before half-time and turned provider for Alexander Kacaniklic 14 minutes after the break.
McCormack completed the scoring for the hosts in the 69th minute with his 15th goal of the season.
Back-to-back wins took Redfearn’s men out of the bottom three but just goal difference separates them from Bristol City.
He said: “When we got back to 1-1 I thought we were the better side and they looked a bit fragile. They concede a few goals at home and they looked like they were wobbling a bit. But we took our foot off the gas and full credit to them.
“I’m frustrated more than disappointed and if it had finished five each then it would have been about right. But they’ve got quality players that can hurt you.
“To be fair we’ve got a small squad of players and it’s difficult to rotate.
“We’ve got ourselves out of the bottom three and we want to stay out of it and the lads need some help.
“There’re players at other Championship clubs that could make us better. We know where we want to strengthen and we’ve got our targets in place.”