Quoted on the BBC web-site. Breckin said "We spoke to him and we expect a decision shortly. We face a lot of competition for that one though, when you score the number of goals he has and he has several irons in the fire."
Boulding, a promising tennis player in his youth, retired from the game a few years ago, before Alan Knill allowed him to join the Millers on a temporary basis to gain fitness and sharpness.
As reported on MAD earlier today, Breckin also confirmed that the Millers were looking to sign another centre-forward in addition to Boulding.