The Millers got themselves back in the automatic promotion places with a win at Bristol Rovers in midweek, but David Noble looks to finish the season as at least runners up.
“Everyone can talk about what has happened so far but this is the most important part of the season and we have put ourselves in the right position, This is when the games really count. They're massive ones and we have to step up and put the performances in."
“We're sitting nicely with games in hand but you need the points. No-one has taken that third spot by the scruff of the neck and if we can put a few runs together I don't think the top two are out of sight yet.”
Noble has missed most of the season due to injury and personal problems but he's got back in the team and he's now looking forward to playing in front of the NYS crowd; “It's a massive club and if we keep performing and getting results then we could fill the place twice over, Saturday was easily the loudest I've heard it; the noise from the crowd was non-stop from the first whistle to the last."
"It's a cliche to say it's like having a 12th man but it certainly was on Saturday. That kind of support is a massive lift for the players. Everything is in place for this club to go on. It deserves higher grade football and that comes from the team because we have to put the results in and get the promotions, but the foundations here are set.” he added