The 28-year-old is currently suspended after being sent off in his first competitive run-out for Lok following his recovery from a career-threatening abdominal injury.
His manager is currently carrying out a review of his 20-man squad and is considering sending out the man who joined from Kilbirnie in the summer to pick up match fitness.
However, Miller said: "I'm not totally sold on the idea and will need to sit down and discuss matters with him later this week.
"I've been feeling good at training so my preference is to stay and fight for a place in the team. The facts show not many loan deal players ever return to their original club.
"Pollok are one of the biggest Junior sides around and I moved here with the intention of showing I could hack it at their level, so I've unfinished business to attend to.
"Anyway, another factor to take into account is that I want to play in the top league and the rules prevent loan arrangements between clubs in the same division."
Manager Richardson said: "Stevie's situation is one that concerns us going into what is a critical time in our season. His lack of match fitness may be ideally addressed by him going out on loan to get a regular game elsewhere.
"We'd always have the option to recall him if needs must but, as things stand at the moment, he's well down the pecking order for a starting jersey."
Terracing whispers also reckon a Newlandsfield transfer deal is imminent for Rob Roy winger Brian Mackay, who is training with the Southside club, while one-time Queen's Park full-back Michael O'Hara is thought to be on his way out.
Elsewhere, St Anthony's have moved to plug the gap left by top goalscorer Chris Mackie joining Beith by snapping up Cumbernauld United's experienced striker Darren O'Donnell.
At Greenock, the Central First Division frontrunners have signed ex-Morton defender Colin Stevenston, who started out this season with Irvine Meadow.
Meanwhile, one hears veteran campaigner Dexy Wingate has came back into the Junior ranks at Kilbirnie Ladeside, who have also acquired the defensive services of their co-manager Steven Swift from his previous employers Pollok.