Date: 10th December 2007 at 7:54pm
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Rotherham United’s Andy Todd has been in and out of the team since he joined in the summer from Accrington Stanley and he told MillersWorld that he has found it a bit frustrating.

‘But,’ the twenty eight year old carried on, ‘from a team point of view, seven wins on the bounce has been really good for the lads. Obviously, we’ve had a couple of slip ups, like Forest Green and Rochdale on Saturday.

‘Rochdale are one of the better sides to come to Millmoor this season and I think they had done their homework on us. We had a poor start and didn’t get out of the blocks as quickly as we should have. But it showed fantastic character to get the two goals and get back into the game but was disappointing to concede at the start of the second half. At the start of the season I put Rochdale to be one of the dark horses and be one of the teams up there come the end of the season.

‘We have to forget about it now and look forward to the Bradford game next weekend. They are in bad form at the moment but anyone can beat anyone in this league. Bradford, like Chesterfield, came down with us and it’s not that long since they were in the Premiership and will want to give a good account of themselves.

‘We have to get back to winning ways and hope we can get something at Bradford that will set us up for the Christmas run in. We need to pick up points over Christmas and be ready to start January in the form we’ve been in recently.’