Boss Andy Scott says his team need to be tougher and defend as a unit ahead of Southend's visit. The Millers are aiming for their first win in three as they look to go back to the top of League Two but although Scott's defence has been a little leaky of late, he won't change the attacking set up of his side. “Let’s be stronger mentally; let’s be more aggressive; let’s be more pro-active,” he said ahead of tomorrow’s game speaking in the Star. “The mental strength has to come from everyone with people all doing their jobs properly. We’re certainly entertaining to watch and I want to enjoy watching them and I’m sure the fans do. They want attacking football - but the bottom line is winning. “Maybe there’ll be a bit of tweaking but the way we play isn’t going to change. We can beat anyone if we play to our potential but this is a tough league. “We will keep working to rectify problems. When we’ve previously identified areas for improvement, what has then pleased me is that where we have fallen down in certain games, we have picked up the following game and improved in those areas,” added Scott.