The Millers manager takes his team into a tough run of games starting at Southend on Friday night, but says the club haven't given up on a top seven finish despite negative vibes from supporters.
However, realistically there is only the final play-off spot to aim for with the Millers losing their last three matches.
Scott said: “I can understand the frustrations of the fans, they want to see results. But any negativity doesn’t help. We have to be positive, to strive to pick up results. If people want to be negative and give up that’s up to them.
“It doesn’t help having that attitude. We are still in there fighting for the Play-offs and we shall carry that fight on.”
Meanwhile Ryan Cresswell's run out for the reserves against Hull was scuppered as yesterdays game was called off due to a frozen pitch at Parkgate.
Gareth Evans was also set for his first action since his back strain and Friday night's game may now come too soon for him to be involved.