Goalkeeper Jamie Annerson has been rewarded for his end-of-season form by agreeing a two-year deal to stay at Rotherham.
The former England under-19 stopper managed to oust regular Andy Warrington to start the Millers' final six league games of their League Two campaign.
And after a total of 13 appearances this season, Annerson is hoping to carry his form through to the next campaign.
"I am delighted to be extending my stay at the club," the 22-year-old told Rotherham's official website.
"When I got into the team towards the end of the season I didn't want the season to end so hopefully I can hit the ground running for when we return for a tough pre-season.
"The club have stood by me and offered me a two-year deal which on a personal note is very pleasing. Once I had broken into the team I really enjoyed it so I am hoping to push on and claim the number one spot again next season."