Date: 20th May 2014 at 9:38am
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Rotherham United goalkeeper Adam Collin is looking forward to his third trip to Wembley when the Millers take on Leyton Orient on Sunday.

‘It`s a great honour to play at Wembley,` the Millers shot-stopper told The Star this week.

The twenty-nine year old`s last two appearances at Wembley were with Carlisle United in the Johnstone`s Paint Trophy – where he was in a winning team and a losing team.

Adam joined the Millers almost a year ago from Carlisle and was sat on the bench behind Scott Shearer until he got his chance in October and has now made the ‘no. 1` jersey his own.

Saying the team are going to Wembley not just to play but to win and get promoted, Adam carried on, ‘Ever since I walked through the door at Rotherham it has been about promotion and we have built a team for promotion and we hope we can achieve it. There is so much ambition at the club, it`s frightening.’






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