ROTHERHAM boss Alan Stubbs has confirmed that he will not be bidding for Hibernian striker Jason Cummings.
Reports this week had linked Stubbs with a raid on his former club - despite his assurances that he wouldn’t be looking to add any Hibs players to the New York Stadium.
But the Millers boss, who admitted he felt it would be ‘morally wrong’ to try and lure any of his former players to Rotherham, insisted: “I have said all along that I wasn’t going to go back and I am not about to change my mind right now.
“I wouldn’t go back for Jason.
“I know we have been linked with him over the past few days, but it is certainly not coming from us.”
Cummings, who scored in Hibernian’s 1-1 draw with Berwick Rangers on Tuesday night, scored 25 goals for the Easter Road side last season.