Rotherham manager Mark Robins has promised sweeping changes in the summer after the Millers' relegation to League Two was confirmed at the weekend.
Former caretaker-manager Robins was given the job on a permanent basis earlier in the month and has promised changes after Saturday's 1-0 home defeat by Carlisle sealed their fate.
"We need players with the passion, desire and commitment to play for this club," said Robins.
"It's going to be a big rebuilding job. Obviously there are a lot of people scrambling for players' signatures and we have to make sure we're on the ball and entice them to come to us."