Bradley looking for consistency

07 September 2011 01:04
Transfer listed midfielder Mark Bradley is out to prove a point to manager Andy Scott and the Millers fans. The 23 year-old Welshman was deemed surplus to requirements in pre-season but after working hard and forcing his way back into the managers plans recently, Bradley's next aim is to keep improving. "I hope I still have got a big part to play. I try to come into training every day and do the best that I can", he said to the Star. “I think I showed what I could do over pre-season. I worked hard and I think the gaffer has been happy with me. I have a good relationship with him. I don’t like being on the transfer list but if you are on it you have just got to prove a point. All I want to do is keep trying to do my best for Rotherham and I've got to keep being consistent to stay in the team." Asked about the Millers first league loss at Swindon last Saturday, Bradley added: "It was a bit of a battle and I think we deserved to come away with a point but we are disappointed with the goals we conceded. “Hopefully that was just a one off. We have got to forget about it and look forward to the next game.”  


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