The loanee re-joined the club from Blackpool for a second time two weeks ago but will return to the seaside before the end of the season.
But speaking after Tuesdays draw at Torquay, Coid spoke of his desire to stay with the club when his Blackpool contract expires.
"It was one of those games tonight where the referee made a couple of decisions, well more than a couple, against us and the wind sort of spoilt it as well. But although we deserved the three I think we are happy to get a point.
"I'm trying to find my feet again. Since I got injured last time I was here, I only trained once and played two reserve games and I've come here and gone straight into games. This game and the last one, early doors, I've got done down the line a couple of times but hopefully I'll get back in the next week or two."
Coid continued to the media: "At the end of my contract at Blackpool, Rotherham are a club I'd like to play for so I thought I'd come back here for the month allowed and leave my calling card and hope that Rotherham might come back in for me at the end of the season. In a way it's like I'm on trial and I've never really been in that situation before.
"I feel that Rotherham are like Blackpool. They have a good dressing room, a good set of lads and are friends off the pitch as well as on it. I don't want to be going to a club where there are people I don't like, where there's a few big timers.
"I don't want to go to a club like that because it's not me. I want to go into a dressing room where you are wanted, where you are accepted and where you get along with everyone. And Rotherham have definitely got that."