Date: 7th September 2011 at 9:41am
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Rotherham United midfielder, Mark Bradley is unsure of where he stands with the club at the moment but is hoping he has a big part to play.

Put on the transfer list in the summer by Manager, Andy Scott, the twenty-three year old, is determined to play himself off it and told Dom Howson of The Star, ‘I worked hard over pre-season and showed the gaffer what I can do and I think the gaffer was happy with me.`

Mark has started two of the last three games and said, ‘I hope I still have a big part to play and I try to do the best I can in training every day. I don`t like being on the transfer list but, if you are, then you have to prove a point and all I want to do is my best for Rotherham United.`

The Welsh international joined the Millers from Walsall on a free last summer, scoring one goal in twenty-four appearances last season.

Saying he has a good relationship with Andy Scott, Mark carried on, ‘I`m not sure where I stand to be honest in terms of the future but I`ve not got frustrated with the situation. I want to prove the gaffer wrong and show him that I deserve to play. I`m happy as long as I`m playing and I think the game against Gillingham was one of my best so that is the standard I have set myself. But, I do know I need to try and be more consistent.`




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