Experienced stopper Camp joined the Millers on deadline day in the summer of 2015 after his release from AFC Bournemouth.
The Derby-born goalkeeper began his career with his hometown club having graduated from the club’s youth set up in 2002 and went on to make nearly 100 appearances for the Rams. During his time at the iPro Stadium Camp enjoyed temporary switches to Burton Albion, Queens Park Rangers and Norwich City, before making a permanent switch to Loftus Road in 2007.
During his time in the capital he became the only player to start every fixture in the 2007/08 season. A year later he moved to Nottingham Forest on loan, another move that would later become permanent in 2009.
He enjoyed a fruitful spell with a club at the City Ground where he made 163 appearances for Forest over a four year period. Brief stints with West Bromwich Albion and Norwich City followed before he joined Bournemouth in 2014 after another successful loan spell.
Camp arrived in South Yorkshire with a wealth of appearances in the top two divisions of English football having enjoyed promotion to the Premier League during his stay on the south coast with the Cherries. Camp also boasts appearances for England’s Under 21’s team on his CV and is a full Northern Ireland international.
During his first season, he became a firm favourite with the Rotherham faithful after a string of high quality performances. He was a major factor behind the Millers survival and capped a brilliant season by picking up the Player of the Year gong.