"He has a lot of potential and I believe he can improve a lot," said the Millers manager. He has the potential to be better than Chris O'Grady and he's only 19 and it's what I believe he can become that's behind the decision." he said
"The impact he has had when going on in the two friendly matches has been there for all to see. There's some pace, a good first touch, he's powerful and can hold the ball up well."
"But there's plenty still to work on and he needs to listen and to work hard at his game." he added.