Striker Ian Thomas-Moore is concentrating fully on Tranmere after consigning rumours of a move to Rotherham to the past.
The 34-year-old handed in a transfer request during the summer amid speculation linking him with a move to the Millers, who are managed by his father Ronnie Moore.
However, no switch materialised and after recovering from hamstring and knee injuries, Thomas-Moore says the talk of a move away is behind him and he is now focusing on getting back in the Rovers first team and helping Les Parry's side climb the table.
He told BBC Sport: "It's all behind me and we've put it to bed. It's been hard but I just want to get my head down, get myself back into the team, start getting a few goals and I'll start being happy again.
"I've had a few niggles in the last few weeks but I managed to train on Thursday for the first time in three or four weeks.
"It's early days and we've got to start winning a few games and cut the draws out. But if we pick a few results up over the next couple of weeks we'll be back in the mix."