Date: 16th December 2016 at 9:09am
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Rotherham United Chairman Tony Stewart has told The Rotherham Advertiser that whether the team are relegated or not he wants to end the season with a team capable of competing in The Championship.

‘We have to prove that we can challenge in the Championship before the end of the season,’ Mr Stewart told David Beddows.

‘If, by then, people say it’s a shame that if we’d played like that earlier we wouldn’t have gone down, at least it would mean that if we do go down we’d have a Championship side ready to go back up. And we know full well that we can hit League One running.

‘We’re not downsizing and we’re not looking to cut back. We’ve got an opportunity and while ever it’s there we’ll take it.

‘I’m wanting to build Rotherham United and there are no sorry feelings in camp. It’s not going right but the work is going to get it right.

‘We’re not walking tall but we’re not limping either.’

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