The 22 year-old completed his first two starts this week at Bury and Burton, scoring his first goal for the club in the process.
And he says: "That's what I came to Rotherham for," in todays Tiser; "I want to start games and not be on the bench.
"To be honest I've had a few niggling injuries and a few Wales call-ups as well which has meant I've had to be content with sitting on the bench. But the boys have been playing well which is a good thing.
"I was pleased to get a start at Bury, although it was disappointing to come off to be honest. It was a difficult game and we had to work hard to close their two centre midfielders down. That was pleasing, especially in the second half and I thought we did that well.
"Hopefully I can now get on the ball a bit more and show what I can do. We stopped them playing in the second half and it was a good point.
"We`ve only lost one game in the league and the lads have performed well so all I can really do is keep playing well, even if it's for the reserves."
Ronnie Moore was also pleased with Bradders' performance and said: "I needed to take a look at Mark and see what he can do because I haven't really had the chance. He came in and did well and hopefully he'll keep that up."
|Welcome to MillersMad|
Here's our LATEST Messageboard topics