Rotherham United manager Neil Warnock has announced that a decision will be made on his future within seven days after the club’s final fixture of the season according to the Sheffield Star.
The Millers end the season with a trip to Hull City on Saturday meaning that Warnock will inform the club of his final decision by Saturday 14 May.
The 67 year old has become a popular figure in a short period of time at The New York Stadium after guiding the South Yorkshire club to Championship safety. Warnock was appointed Rotherham United manager in early February on a short term basis following Neil Redfearn’s sacking and has managed to keep The Millers in the division despite the club looking relegation certainties at the time when he took charge.
Warnock remains undecided over his future in management. The Millers boss is well aware of the difficult challenge ahead at Rotherham United again next season and is pondering over whether to stay at the club or take up another Championship job for a year.
Rotherham United owner Tony Stewart is desperate for Warnock to remain at the helm at The New York Stadium with the club previously finding it tough to appoint a manager capable of developing a side able to sustain Championship football on a long term basis.
Warnock is the third manager to take charge of The Millers this season following the previous departures of Steve Evans and Neil Redfearn.