Speaking to the Star, Warney wants to keep the 25 yead old with the Millers, but admits he will be up against it as there will be higher league clubs looking to secure his services.
“I have spoken to him, I think, because he is a goalscoring midfielder, he will have quite a few options. I wasn’t going to embarrass him and sit him down and say: ‘This is what we can offer you. What do you think?’. Tom is on a good contract. We don’t pay all of it."
"I would like to keep Tom and I had a respectful conversation with him where I said: ‘Don’t rule us out. Speak to us in the summer. I’d like to offer you something and, if it’s quite close to what you’re getting somewhere else, consider us’." Warne added.
“He has enjoyed his time here and he said he would. I honestly believe he will get a Championship club, which we will struggle to be competitive against. If I had his career, I would do the same, so he will go with my blessing. But I will try and keep him.”