RUFC - Warrington post Bury
Rotherham United 'keeper, Andy Warrington, said that he was disappointed last night that the Millers conceded from a set-piece.
Speaking to MillersWorld after the two-one win at Gigg Lane he said, 'It was good to get a two goal lead but disappointing to concede from a set-piece - we are usually better than that at them.
'It was a great win, more so for me because I spent four months here getting fit after breaking my leg, before I joined Rotherham. I was pleased with my performance tonight because I was personally disappointed on Saturday. Bury put us under some pressure but the lads in front of me were magnificent. If I couldn't come to punch the lads were getting their heads to it or blocking it. It was a good performance by the team. It's always fifty-fifty in a penalty and, to be honest, I just guessed the right way and went to the left.
'We're a point behind Grimsby now and we have got to try and overtake them and push up the league. We are looking at the teams above us and it's important that we go on an unbeaten run. We've some tough games coming up and, with the cup games, it's an intense period for the club. The cup games are the nice ones to play in but it's the league that's our bread and butter.'