PEOPLE continue to throw their hat into the ring to be the next manager of Rotherham United.
But, says Tony Stewart, no-one has come forward good enough to change the club's view that interim manager Paul Warne is the man to take the club forward at least until the end of the season.
"Is there another Kenny Jackett out there? No there isn't," Mr Stewart told the Advertiser.
"Paul Warne only took over in November and we still have the CVs from that time, so we're current with that.
"We still get CVs in because people think the Paul is temporary but there is no particular one that is kicking us in the face."
Speaking ahead of tomorrow's home clash with Blackburn Rovers, Mr Stewart added: “We've given Paul Warne an opportunity, he's taken it and I'm pleasantly surprised by him so far. Even though the points don't show it, we are playing better football."
There's much more from Tony Stewart in today's Advertiser - including how much of his personal wealth he has put into Rotherham United since he took charge.
Tony: My commitment to Millers is as strong as ever
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