Here, we look back at Derby County's Deadline Day activity over the years, and look at the impact (or lack of one) those signings made.
Miller joined from Celtic for 3 million and his main feat in a Rams shirt was scoring the winner in their only Premier League victory against Newcastle that season. He's now 39 and playing for Dundee. Stubbs was signed from Everton and played just nine times during Derby's relegation season before retiring. He was most recently boss at Scottish side St Mirren. The Australian signed from Turkish side Hacettepe and spent 18 months with Derby, playing 27 times and scoring twice. He's now retired and living back in his native Australia. Carroll also spent 18 months at Derby, making 30 appearances before joining Danish club Odense. He's now 41 but is still playing for Northern Irish club Linfield. Arriving from Sheffield United in a swap deal for Jordan Stewart, Hendrie suffered with injuries at Pride Park and only played nine times before leaving the following summer. He's now retired. Butterfield arrived for 5 million from Huddersfield and was a regular in the Rams side until departing for Sheffield Wednesday on loan. Still at Derby, he hasn't featured under Frank Lampard. Arriving on the same day as Butterfield, Johnson came from Norwich and has made over 100 appearances for the Rams, scoring 12 goals. Signed as goalkeeping cover, Chris Weale made over 400 professional appearances in his career but none for Derby, being released in January 2017. He's now goalkeeping coach at Exeter. Anya was signed from Watford but has only played 33 times for Derby and hasn't yet featured under Frank Lampard.