RUFC - Evans talks about Harris
Rotherham United loanee Bob Harris has only played one game for the Millers since joining on a months emergency loan from Blackpool but he himself has said that he'd be willing to stay if the club want him.
Millers Manager Steve Evans said there is still time to think about that and speaking to MillersPlayer said, 'There's no doubt that we might have the opportunity to extend the loan of Bob Harris but it's early days. He's only played one game and for fifteen minutes I don't think he knew whether he was in New York, Rotherham or in New York itself! But for the next seventy-five minutes I thought he was outstanding.
'And the advantage now is he's done extra training and Bob's been involved in that and has got to know the players and how they play and he's looking a much better player even in training than we saw him on Saturday.
'He's a good kid with a Glasgow-style sense of humour and a real professional. It doesn't hide the fact that he wants to be playing in Blackpool's first team in the Championship and that's a good ambition in football but if he can help us gather some points while he's here then we'll be delighted.
'If we have to extend that then I'll speak to Ian Holloway but that decision is still three or four weeks away.'
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