Veteran Nigeria forward Osaze Odemwingie  says the battle to keep  Rotherham United in the Championship  will bring out the best in him and provide him another chance to showcase his talents.

Osaze  joined the Millers  on a three-month deal as a free agent on Monday after being released by Premier League club  Stoke City  in the summer.

The former Lokomotiv  Moscow attacker, who also attracted interest from English third-tier side  Bolton Wanderers, becomes new Rotherdam manager Kenny Jackett’s first signing since replacing Alan Stubbs at the English second-tier Championship outfit on Friday.