Mark Hoy, the Millers head Physio told the clubs official website; “With Michael Ihiekwe and Clark Robertson, both of them were looking at missing the rest of the season with the way things were going,” Mark explained.
“This break now has given us a great chance to push them on and get them back hopefully playing some football before the season does end, Michael is looking really good and I'm on video calls with him every single day."
“He's flying through everything we need to do. He's probably another few weeks away from being on the grass and by the time the squad come back into training again, he should be in and around them for when the season starts up."
“Clark has been unlucky and I know people will be wondering what is going on with him. He's been out now since really after Christmas. He had an operation on his groin and during his rehab he then had a setback with an injury to his foot.
“That's really been what is holding him back now, everything from his operation has healed up well and all that is behind him. It is just the problem with his foot which has held him back from running and getting himself back on the pitch.
“This enforced break has helped him. He's got himself a bike and he's out cycling all of the time around the roads.
“He has taken one of the Watt bikes from the training ground and he's flying on that at home as well, so hopefully when things settle down in terms of Government regulations and lockdown, like Michael he'll be back out on the grass with the lads and ready to go.”