Speaking to the clubs official site, Chief Operating officer Paul Douglas was pleased that the 19 year old had signed: "Jamie has been outstanding this season and we are very pleased that he has committed himself to the club for the next two years, He has more than earned his extended deal and we hope he will remain with the Club for many years to come."
"We are very proud of our youth team and Jamie, along with Stephen Brogan and Ryan Taylor, are all local graduates making big strides in our first team. To blood so many home grown players over recent years is a fantastic achievement and credit must go to those involved in the youth system as they continue to provide the first team with some exceptional talent." he added.
Meanwhile Green was looking at gaining promotion next year and proving the bookmakers right to make the Millers favorites for the title.
"We will be on a level playing field next season and have the potential to go up, We are looking at promotion, preferably automatic, but if not through the play-offs but our main aim will be to clinch one of those automatic spots." Green said.