He told the Advertiser: “It is important we get it out of our system as soon as possible and get back to winning ways. I feel for the supporters. They travelled a long way and paid their money and they don't want to see that.
“We're all hurting and we felt bad not just for the people who travelled but also the ones at home and everyone connected to Rotherham United. We don't want to be associated with those kinds of performances or results. We can't have a repeat,
“We'd have liked a game on Tuesday but we've been working hard all week to make sure we put things right tomorrow.
“We'd had a good run of form but anyone who has been involved with this game knows that football has a way of kicking you in the teeth. Now it's about how we react.”