Date: 8th December 2011 at 9:24am
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Rotherham United’s Danny Harrison says that it’s an honour for him to be leading the team out.

With usual skipper Ryan Cresswell out injured, the skippers armband had been given to five players including Alex Revell this season and speaking about being skipper and being handed the armband, he laughed and said,` It had gone round a bit hadn`t it until it found it’s way to me!

‘It’s a big honour for me to lead the team out and hopefully I can keep hold of it. I enjoy being captain and perhaps I bring something different to the team being captain because I’m learning this new aspect of the game.

‘I don’t think I can let it change the way I play because perhaps I’ve been given the armband because of the way I play and to change your style perhaps wouldn’t be the best thing for you. I’ve got to try and keep doing what I’ve been doing to stay in the team. There are things I need to take on board and hopefully I can continue to do that.’

Asked if Manager, Andy Scott, had told him that the armband was now his for the foreseeable future, Danny said, ‘No, not at all. I’m more than happy to have it and I’ll be working my socks off to keep it.’






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