Rotherham manager Andy Scott has urged his side to end their season a high when they host Torquay on Saturday.
The Millers have endured a miserable second half to the campaign, where just seven wins since the turn of the year has seen them nosedive from the automatic promotion places to 10th position, with no chance of sneaking into the play-offs.
Scott himself is still looking for his first win at the helm following his appointment last month and wants that to be against the Gulls.
"The fans pay the money and want to come and see the team win," Scott said.
"We want to get that feeling back, finish on a high and take it in to pre-season.
"We are capable of doing it, but it is up to the players to prove their determination and that it is not just an end-of-season game."