Defender Exodus Geohaghon has expressed his desire to stay with Rotherham ahead of the end of his loan spell.
The giant Peterborough centre-half is coming towards the end of a two-month loan spell with the Millers, where he has been an ever-present in Ronnie Moore's side in League Two this season.
Geohaghon was brought in as defensive cover for Johnny Mullins and Nick Fenton, who are both now back at full fitness, but the 25-year-old is keen to extend his stay at Don Valley and is eyeing a promotion challenge.
"All I can do is keep playing. Whether the gaffer decides to keep me on or not is up to him," Geohaghon said. "I am happy to stay if but whether I do is up to Rotherham United.
"I'm getting games now and that is what it's all about. If I go back to Peterborough I won't get any games so hopefully I will get to stay and we can push on towards the top three.
"I'd like to finish the job that has been started. I know it's a club that wants to push on towards League One. We will win more games than we lose and I want to be here to the end."