Midfielder Nicky Law speaks ahead of tonights game at Chesterfield and about his contract over the summer, insisting that the players are still very much targeting second spot. The Millers face the table toppers tonight who will be all but promoted with three points, but Rotherham are still on the coat tails of Bury and Wycombe with a closing pack behind them in the play-off picture. Law told the Tiser today: "With ten games to go, there's 30 points to play for and we haven't given up on third or second spot. You would say that top spot has probably gone and although second and third is still reachable, we don't want the gap to become too big and we don't want a situation where four or five teams are playing for one automatic place. "The next two weeks could make or break the season. It's that big. We really need to be looking to win all three and there's no reason why not. We've a good record against Chesterfield recently and we don't fear going there. Obviously it's on Sky and it will be a good night. "We will be expected to win at Lincoln, to be honest, and then Shrewsbury is a tough one but at home we would expect to win that as well. The aim is nine points." Nicky added: "There was nothing between the teams last week although I think Bury have been a little bit more consistent than us in the last four or five matches. "Considering the importance of the next two months, it's not really a time for me to be talking about a new contract," he concluded. "Promotion is the number one aim and that's what everyone is concentrating on. "At the end of the season I'm sure we'll sit down and talk about it."