Falkirk's Lyle Taylor rejects Rotherham United terms

Rotherham United say they have ended their pursuit of Falkirk striker Lyle Taylor.

The newly-promoted League One side had an offer accepted for the 23-year-old, who scored 29 goals last season.

However, Millers manager Steve Evans told BBC Scotland that personal terms could not be agreed with the former Millwall and Bournemouth player.

"We have ended our interest on that one," Evans said. "We will not be taking it any further."

Last week, Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon revealed that his club had failed with an approach for last season's top scorer in Division One.

Taylor has a year remaining on his contract with Falkirk.

The London-born striker later took to Twitter, saying: "Please can people refrain from commenting on the situation. It was a personal decision I made, along with my family. Thank you."