Former Swansea midfielder Scott Donnelly remains keen to link up with Rotherham again following the club's return from Portugal.
The 24-year-old featured for the Millers as a second-half substitute in last weekend's 6-0 win over Parkgate, impressing manager Steve Evans.
However, the ambitious League Two outfit have since flown out to Portugal for a pre-season training camp and the young playmaker has told Sky Sports that he is still waiting to hear from the club since their return to the UK.
"It is an awkward one because I don't really know where we stand as they've just got back from Portugal and I've not heard from the gaffer since they left," he said.
"I'll wait and see if I get a call and if I don't then I'll just have to look elsewhere and pursue other options.
"I played 45 minutes for Rotherham and it was just brilliant to get back onto the field and in the matchday atmosphere again.
"The facilities and new stadium is fantastic and they are definitely a club moving forward, so it is definitely something that interests me."
Last season Donnelly's campaign was cut short by injury in December and the ex-Wycombe loan star is keen to disperse any fears of his fitness after making a full recovery.
"Leaving Swansea does give me a bit more freedom in looking for a new club, but at the same time it is hard because it is hard to get something after my injury last season.
"There has been a little bit of interest, but most people are concerned about the injury, which is understandable.
"I'm 100 per cent fit and ready to go again now, so I just can't wait to get back into a new club and playing football again."