Guy was sent off in his 2nd debut for the Millers at Bristol Rovers and was suspended for the next three games, he now has another enforced rest as Bradford have not allowed him to play in the FA Cup and he can't play against his parent club in the following fixture.
Speaking to the 'Tiser, Branston thanks the gaffer for sticking by him; “The red card was disappointing and I've got to thank Andy Scott because he's put his trust in me. I let him down a bit and he could have sent me back but he didn't. He said 'work hard in training, prove what you're worth and you'll get in the squad."
“He asked me to play on Saturday and I put on a performance to repay his faith and I'll keep doing that for him, especially for the Millers because this club means a lot to me.”
“It's great to have been part of getting the first clean sheet for a long time but it's great for defenders when our forwards are chasing down. I'm a big believer in forwards putting in defensive work as well. It's brilliant when you have forwards like that.” he added