RUFC - Rundle talks about the pitch and Luton
Rotherham United loanee, Adam Rundle enjoyed his first game on Tuesday night for the Millers.
The twenty-five year old winger has joined Rotherham on an emergency months loan from Rochdale while Jason Taylor has gone the other way.
Speaking to the Official Site Rundle didn't seem over impressed with the Don Valley pitch saying, 'One side was boggy and it was difficult to pass the ball on. The other side was firmer which was ideal for us going forward.
'It was a good win for us on Tuesday and got us back into the top three.'
The Millers' next game is in the FA Cup against Luton Town but Rundle is cup-tied, funnily enough, after playing for Rochdale against Luton.
'I honestly thought we were the better team in that game,' Rundle said, 'but they had Kevin Gallen up front who is a threat and will have to be watched. But, they are beatable, very beatable and it would be good to get a cup run going.'