England Under 21s youngster Jake Forster-Caskey has already made his name known in the game despite only being 22-years-old.
The Southend-born midfielder enjoyed a youth career on the south coast with Brighton and Hove Albion’s Academy where he impressed enough to become the youngest player to represent the club, appearing in a game against Yeovil Town in just 2010.
Forster-Caskey, who has played for England at every age group from U16 to the Under 21’s squad, has previously enjoyed temporary stints with Oxford United and MK Dons, the latter of whom he has represented twice and as recently as last season.
His tally of appearances for his parent club Brighton is impressive for his years, having amassed 66 so far in Seagulls colours with five goals to his name.
Millers fans are likely to recognise him from his stint at Stadium:MK last season, which included an appearance in the most recent meeting between the two sides.