Date: 22nd April 2016 at 9:06am
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Rotherham United`s Club Captain Lee Frecklington says that Tuesday was a bad night but the team will be going to Molineux tomorrow full of confidence.

Speaking to David Beddows of The Advertiser the thirty year old said, ‘The atmosphere was a bit flat on Tuesday night and we just didn`t get our game going and it felt lethargic. Huddersfield play good football and sometimes it is hard to get near when a team plays that well. But we didn`t get beat so that`s a positive and we are a point nearer where we want to be.

‘But it was the tenth game on the trot that we`ve had a settled side and they`ve been big games and both mentally and physically it`s taken it out of us.`

Going on to speak about himself, the midfielder said, ‘I`m only thirty and I`m a fit thirty and as long as I stay injury free and get a run of games I think I can do well. I think I`ve proved in the last ten games that I can play at this level.

‘We had a good spell when Neil Redfearn came in around Christmas and I thought we were going to turn it round but then we lost a couple and if felt doom and gloom. But since the Gaffer (Neil Warnock) has come in it`s risen up as we wanted it to at the end.`

I`ve got to be honest and say I thought Frecks looked absolutely shattered on Tuesday night and was surprised he wasn`t subbed in the last fifteen or so minutes. Let`s hope he, and the rest of the lads, have had a good rest and are raring to go tomorrow.

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