Rotherham's summer recruitment is ongoing after boss Steve Evans confirmed he has met with several potential transfer targets.
The Millers, who won promotion from League Two last season, have already added Joe Skarz, Richard Brindley and Adam Collin to their squad, but Evans is on the look-out for right-sided and left-sided wide players and a striker.
"I now have had a number of face-to-face meetings with the players I would like to add to the squad and all bar one of them has now had the opportunity to look around our magnificent stadium and training facilities," Evans told the club's official website.
"I will be travelling to Iceland on Friday to talk with a potential target, and at the same time take in Kari Arnason playing for Iceland against Slovenia in a World Cup qualifier.
"In respect of potential new signings I have absolutely no issue with the fact that the players want to talk to other interested clubs, in fact I encourage it.
"After the players have met with those clubs interested in signing them we will see where the Millers' opportunity lies in their thoughts."