The Millers face Wimbledon at New York this Friday while they make the long trip to league leaders Gillingham on Easter Monday.
Speaking to the Star the striker said; “They are massive and we want to try and get maximum points from the next two games. Obviously going down to Gillingham will be tough but I think we should have beaten them when we were at home, so we can take confidence from that.”
Last weekends postponement meant that the Millers had not had a game for nearly a fortnight, but the team are fresh and have been able to train on grass despite the snow.
“We were in on Sunday and managed to get onto the pitches and have a good session today to build up to Friday, Training has been good and we’re all looking forward to a big weekend.” Revell added.
Source - The Star