Ryan Taylor is keen to get his future at Rotherham sorted out as he is out of contract at the end of the season.
The 22-year-old striker has started talks over a new deal and is ready to commit to the Millers.
"We have just started talks about a new contract and I hope to get something sorted out," he said. "I definitely want to stay at the club, work hard get back in the team and kick on from there."
Taylor, who scored two goals in the Millers' play-off final defeat at Wembley last May, was unable to build on his impressive end to the season after breaking a metatarsal in the first session of pre-season training.
But he is now back to full fitness and ready to get back in Ronnie Moore's side.
"It was very frustrating but these things happen in football and you can't do anything about it. I am feeling good. I've had three reserve-team games since I came back. I have to work hard and hopefully get back into the team. I think I'm ready to go."