Date: 10th April 2015 at 9:17am
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Rotherham United Manager Steve Evans told Radio Sheffield that he was feeling both excited and stressed about the final few games of the season.

‘It’s pretty normal for Steve Evans to be found walking round the kitchen at 3 am in the morning at this stage of the season,’ the Millers Boss said. ‘But, it’s usually fighting for promotion so this is a different fight. It’s the biggest fight which would represent the biggest achievement given the resources we work with given what’s the average in this league.

‘You only need to look at the preparation of the Brighton team who got a private jet to come and play Rotherham United and they aren’t alone. There are a lot of clubs who can prepare like that.

‘It is tough at times but as a supporter you don’t really care about that and we have to focus on what the team do on the pitch.

‘The most down I have been was at half-time at Birmingham. We lacked ideas, we lacked energy and I spoke about that requirement at half-time and we got a fantastic response in the second half – on and off the pitch. And we carried that on to Monday and hopefully we are going to carry it on to every other game.

‘I’m focused on the priorities and making sure everything is on a level keel. We aren’t safe and we can’t think for one minute that we are until we have enough points to say that Millwall or Wigan or Fulham can’t catch us. And that will be the only time we can say that we are going to be part of the Championship next season.’

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