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Rotherham United have signed Peter Osaze Odemwingie

Rotherham United have completed the signing of striker Peter Odemwingie on a deal until January, subject to FA and EFL ratification.
Odemwingie, who was a free agent, becomes new boss Kenny Jackett’s first signing after the Nigerian international penned a deal this evening at AESSEAL New York Stadium.
The experienced front man boasts an impressive CV after playing in the Premier League for the likes of West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City.
His career has also seen him take in spells with Lille and Lokomotive Moscow.
He played, and scored, against the Millers last season during a loan spell with fellow Championship club Bristol City.

Meanwhile, Osaze odemwingie has backed himself to repay the faith of new boss Kenny Jackett after completing a move to AESSEAL New York Stadium this evening.
The former West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City striker has penned a deal until January to become Jackett's first signing as Rotherham manager.
After securing a deal with the Millers, the Nigeria international was keen to thank Jackett for giving him the opportunity to return to the professional ranks.
"It went quickly. Only a few days ago I got in touch with the manager Kenny Jackett," Peter told Millers Player HD.
"Knowing him, he is a manager that believes in you and that gives me a lot of positivity. He obviously believes in me and thinks I can do a job for him, so I am looking forward to a new start and doing my best for the team."
The former Premier League hot-shot says that the situation that Rotherham find themselves in will give him an extra edge, with the ex-Bristol City loanee claiming the 'pressure' will help bring out his very best.
"I am looking forward to this," he added.
"I love pressure as a player, I love situations like this, and a lot of times I have delivered, I hope it will be the same in this club. I want to play out of my skin because there is a level that I want to get back to and the only way to get back to that is to do my best and work really hard.
"It has been a while but I have tried to stay fit and keep on top of things. I have had a few training sessions in the last few days and I feel ready to go, I don't think it will take me long to get back to my best."

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