Date: 13th May 2010 at 12:14am
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Rotherham United striker, Adam Le Fondre hopes the season will end in success for the team, but offers no guarantees that he will be with the Millers next season if it does.

Speaking to Ian Appleyard of The Yorkshire Post, the Millers top goalscorer said, ‘Everyone knows that I want to play at the highest level.

‘I have loved my time at this club and it has been both beneficial for both me and Rotherham United but I can’t promise anything.’

Alfie was in the Rochdale side that lost to Stockport County in the League Two Play-Off Final last season and there are a lot of similarities for him between last season and this.

‘We should have gone up automatically last season,’ the twenty-three year old said of Rochdale, ‘and we went into the play-offs in terrible form.

‘And, we had a chance to cement a top three spot this season but we fluffed it. And, considering the way we started the season, if we don’t get promoted it will be a massive bodyblow.

‘If I score the goals that seal promotion it will be great but I don’t want to be looking back in a few years time saying that I have been in these games and not won anything.

‘I was disappointed at being rested last weekend because I thought I might have been able to get on the scoresheet but the gaffer felt he couldn’t afford to take the risk of me getting injured.

‘Overall I am pleased with my season and I think it’s been the best of my career for scoring goals. But, I won’t rest on my laurels. I came here with a reputation and I want to build on that.’