Rotherham United winger Joe Newell echoed his Manager by saying there is still a lot of work to do before the play-offs.
Not wanting to put the kibosh on things, it’s likely that the Millers will cement their place in the play-offs on Saturday when they take on Bristol Rovers at the New York Stadium with the twenty-five year old saying, ‘Wembley is our country’s pinnacle to play at and to play in a final with so much to play for would be unbelievable. But there’s still a lot of work ahead of us.
‘At the end of the season you want to be playing for something and we are right in the thick of it,’ Joe told the Official Site, ‘you don’t want to be floating around in mid-table, with little to play for.
‘Hopefully, if we keep going we can cement our place in the play-offs. To o up via the play-offs, it’s the best way to go up.’
Joe didn’t play a part in the last two games after suffering an injury in the win over Fleetwood in which he scored one of the three goals.
‘The gaffer has got problems every week in the amount of quality he has at his disposal,’ Joe carried on, ‘and there has been fierce competition all year. Everyone is behind each other and we all just have to be ready when called upon.’