Miller, who rose through the youth ranks at The Shakers, joined Boro last summer from the League One side having penned a three-year deal.

He scored his first senior career goals at Bury during the 2016/17 season, netting eight times in 31 appearances for the Gigg Lane club.

This campaign, the striker leads the way in the PL2 Division Two goalscoring charts having found the net ten times. That's including our Goal of the Month for September - the same month the youngster made his full Boro debut as a late substitute against Aston Villa in the Carabao Cup.

More recently, the 20-year-old spent a month on loan at National League side Wrexham. The club were keen to re-sign him to continue their promotion drive, but he will now spend the rest of the campaign on loan back with Bury where it’s anticipated that he will continue to gain senior experience.

Miller follows the likes of Marcus Tavernier (MK Dons), Lewis Wing (Yeovil Town), Nathan McGinley (Wycombe Wanderers) and Aynsley Pears (Darlington) in making temporary moves to continue their development, while he'll be joined at Gigg Lane by Boro goalkeeper Connor Ripley, who also joined Bury on loan earlier in January.