Date: 18th May 2007 at 9:55am
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FORMER Accrington Stanley midfielder Andy Todd, has told of his delight at moving to a club like Rotherham United, who he thinks will make a big impact of League Two.

The influential left winger joined the Millers on a free transfer, after rejecting Stanley’s offer of a new contract.

‘I am also impressed with the superb pitch, that’s a big factor when you are trying to play good football.!’ Said Todd speaking to Rotherham’s official site.

‘I know all about playing in League Two as I played every game last season in that division.

Rotherham were relegated to League Two, following a 23rd place finish in League One.

The Millers started the season with a 10 points deduction after going in to administration following relegation from the Championship at the end of the 2004/05 season.

‘I feel sure Rotherham can have a big impact in this division and I am looking forward to the challenge.’