Rotherham United manager,Mark Robins, told MillersWorld that the team will go into tomorrows game against Yeovil with confidence and he is looking for maximum effort from them.
Although already relegated Robins said that the players will be playing for their own personal pride.
'Our lads are up for it,' he said, 'they will be playing for their futures tomorrow and until the end of the season. So, we have to go into each game trying to get maximum points.
'Yeovil are a good footballing side and they have some decent players. They will have a great following tomorrow as there will be loads of kids in the ground. They are doing kids free with an adult, which I think is great and something we should be looking at for next season and get the kids coming.
'The players are obviously disappointed about being relegated and I think it's only just starting to hit home. But we have to think about the next three games and then get on and start to think about next season.
'We need to get over the forty-one/forty-two point barrier and then we can say 'if not for the minus points we would not have been relegated.'
'So we still have things to play for.'