TWO of Ronnie Moore's most recent loan signings will see out the season with the Millers—while revived striker Ryan Taylor stakes a claim for a regular start at Exeter City.
Centre-forward Craig McAllister and winger Abdulai Bell-Baggie have both received permission to stay on from Exeter City and Reading respectively.
And Exeter, who have young Millers striker Ryan Taylor on loan, handed him a first start in Monday's live TV game against Swindon and were rewarded by a man-of-the-match performance.
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Taylor, from Brinsworth, set up City's goal in a 1-1 draw as they fight against relegation in League One. He will also stay on with the Grecians until the end of the season.
Back at Rotherham, Bell-Baggie (17) said: "I am now looking forward to the rest of the season, getting more game time and helping Rotherham to promotion.
"I want to try and grab this opportunity with both hands, train hard every single day and try and impress the gaffer."
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