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RUFC - Annerson happy to do his bit for team

Rotherham United goalkeeper, Jamie Annerson said that he really enjoyed his league debut for the Millers after the win at Crewe on Saturday.

Speaking to MillersPlayer, the twenty-two year old, who has played the last three Cup games for the Millers said, 'I signed at the start of last season permanently from Sheffield United and last season I was chomping at the bit trying to get on but, obviously, Andy (Warrington) had a hundred per cent record last year. So I`ve had a few chances this year in the Johnstone`s Paint Trophy and FA Cup games but I`m delighted at how today has gone.`

After making a couple of good saves, one especially in the first half, former Blades 'keeper Jamie said, 'We were one up and we wanted to go in at half-time still one up but then Crewe had a little spell so it was nice to be able to do my bit for the team.`

Asked about his working relationship with Andy Warrington, Jamie said, 'Andy and I have a good working relationship and he helps me a lot in training and I always think he should be playing in the league above! I`m sure he`ll be pleased for me today. Though, I`ve done well today and in mid-week so I hope I`m putting a lot of pressure on him and I hope I`ve put a question in the manager`s mind.

'I`m one of the quieter lads in the dressing room and I`ve been doing extra work this season and hope when the chances do come my way they will all end up like this one today. I don`t want to be sitting on the bench and, at the start of the season, I asked about going out on loan but I`m enjoying it here at the moment and training with Andy and Dibbs (Andy Dibble) is brilliant and they`re bringing me along a lot.

I`m out of contract in the summer so it`s a massive year for me this year.'

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Date:Monday November 22 2010

Time: 4:56PM


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