Millers move interests Walker

York City striker Jason Walker admits he would be interested in a move to Rotherham.

Last Updated: 29/04/13 at 18:34

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The 29-year-old has confirmed he will be leaving Bootham Crescent this summer at the end of his contract and would welcome a switch to New York Stadium.

The Millers, who ended a six-year stay in League Two by winning promotion on Saturday, are reportedly interested in the front man.

Walker said: "I leave things like that to my agent but there are a few clubs interested so we'll see what happens. I'm definitely ready for a new challenge.

"Who wouldn't be interested in a move to Rotherham? I've got a lot of time for Steve Evans and their set-up is fantastic.

"It's a great stadium, big crowds and they've definitely got another promotion in them.

"But as far as I'm aware there hasn't been any contact yet."

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