Rotherham United boss Neil Warnock has confirmed Hornets’ legend Lloyd Doyley is on trial with the club.

The full-back’s contract at Vicarage Road expired in the summer and he has since had trials at Charlton Athletic and Gillingham.

Doyley was set to earn a contract with the Addicks in November but the club sacked manager Guy Luzon and the offer was withdrawn.

However, following Warnock’s appointment at the New York Stadium last week, Doyley has been offered an opportunity to train with the Championship club in hope of earning a deal.

Warnock told Rotherham’s club website: "He’s come up to be with us for a while. He came to QPR when I was there and he’s a good pro and we’ll have another look at him"

"I think he’s just lacking a little bit of match fitness at the minute but we’ll see him this week in training."

Doyley, who joined Watford at the age of nine, made 443 appearances for the Hornets in all competitions, placing him fifth on the club’s all-time list.