Rotherham United’s Kieffer Moore has told The Green ‘Un that he hopes he will get to stay with the club.
The 25-year-old striker is currently contracted to Ipswich Town after signing for them from Forest Green Rovers last January, though he only made substitute appearances for the Tractor Boys. This is what led him to move on loan to Rotherham as he looked to get more regular first team action and being with the Millers as they looked to get promoted back to the Sky Bet Championship.
Moore would then become a massive success with Rotherham, scoring 13 goals since signing for them. This has made him the highest scorer in the EFL, never mind just Sky Bet League One. There have been some reports that because of this good form. Ipswich are considering recalling him. However Moore says he is very happy at Rotherham and hopes he can stay there until the end of his season-long loan, though he admits he has no control over the matter.
He said: “It’s not in my hands,”
“I don’t really have a say in it. Of course, I would be happy to stay, but it’s out of my hands. I haven’t spoken to Mick.”
“I am enjoying my football and enjoying scoring goals. Hopefully it continues.”
“I always believe I am going to score every game. It’s a mantra I have. I am a positive person. I am delighted to score my 13th of the season and long may it continue.”
“It’s a culmination of everything – great staff, great manager, great everything. I wouldn’t be doing this if I didn’t have the support or the assists I am getting. I am striding with confidence and I believe I am playing the best football I have ever played.”