Rotherham United Sign Forward Josh Koroma on Loan From Huddersfield Town

Josh Koroma

League One leaders Rotherham United have signed forward Josh Koroma. The versatile attacker arrives on loan from Huddersfield Town until the end of the season.

Rotherham United Sign Josh Koroma

The Deal

Rotherham announced via their website they had signed the forward. Koroma arrives on loan for the remainder of the season and is ready to help Rotherham secure an instant return to the Championship.

Koroma began his career at Leyton Orient and was an influential figure in their promotion-winning season in the National League last year. He moved to Huddersfield in the summer but has barely featured for the Terriers.

He joins a Rotherham side looking very strong for an instant return to the Championship. Koroma will compete for various positions in the Rotherham side. The wings are more likely to be his position with Paul Warne preferring a 4-4-2 set up. Koroma will have to oust Chiedozie Ogbene and Hakeeb Adelakun in the Millers team. He is a very good option to have for Paul Warne.

He isn’t available for tomorrow’s game due to the deadline passing for eligibility to play this weekend.

What Was Said

Speaking to the Rotherham website about his move, Koroma said: “I’m very excited and I just want to get started now, to be honest. I’ve been waiting to play games and I can’t wait to go out there and show what I can do.

“When I signed for Huddersfield, it was always going to be difficult to play in the Championship considering where I had come from, but this is a good club and a brilliant loan move for me.

“We’re in a good position, so hopefully I can help us push for promotion. I’ve seen quite a bit of footage and I know we’ve got the best goal difference in League One, but I’m an attacking player and I want to help us score more.

“I’ll challenge the other lads for a place in the team, but I want to make them play better too and keep them on their toes. If everyone is performing, we’ll get results.”

 

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