Rotherham United chairman Tony Stewart hopeful of more signings this week

Rotherham United chairman Tony Stewart is hoping they might still be able to make signings in time to join their pre-season training camp in Croatia.

The Milers arrived on Saturday for a seven-day camp which includes a behind-closed-doors friendly against Fleetwood Town.

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Warne places huge value on the fitness work he does in pre-season, so is keen to see deals done as quickly as possible.

Stewart spoke to the club's official website as he watched training on Monday, and confirmed there were irons in the fire.

"There's certain things happening behind the scenes and there's probably one, two, maybe three people that could be joining Rotherham," he said. "The talks are going well and hopefully one, two will be out here this week."