Date: 6th July 2008 at 5:22pm
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Rotherham United goalkeeper, Andy Warrington is looking forward to playing at Don Valley and says that the ground has fantastic facilities.

Speaking to the Yorkshire Post, the thirty-two year old Vital player of last season, said, ‘The Chairman has taken a very important step in moving away from Millmoor. OK, it’s not ideal, but the people at Don Valley have been very helpful. It was a brave step by the Chairman and if it means that the club is going forward then it’s good. And there is a certain excitment about playing somewhere different.’

Warrington is looking forward to the first of the friendly games against Derby County in two weeks time as Paul Green, who was with him at Doncaster, is now playing for the Rams.

‘If Paul plays, it will be nice to come up against him.

‘Then, hopefully, we can go on and have a good start – we are quietly confident.’

Warrington, who has signed a deal with the Millers until 2010 said, ‘To play all last season was great. I’m really enjoying myself with Rotherham.’