Luton of course beat Rochdale in a replay after conceeding a 3-0 lead in the first game. The 25 year old who is on a months loan with a view to a permanant deal will be cup tied for tomorrows game, but he expects his new team to go through.
"It was tough because when we played them at Rochdale I thought we battered them for 90 minutes. It was a funny old game, but they had two chances and they scored them, It's hard to describe what Luton are about and how they play because I honestly thought we were the better team." Rundle said
"Obviously Kevin Gallen up front is a threat and he'll have to be watched. He scored both when they won at Rochdale. But they are beatable—very beatable— and it'll be nice to get a cup run going."
Rundle then looked back at Tuesday nights 2-0 win against Lincoln where he made his Millers debut; "It was a good result and put us in the top three, which was our aim at our start of the game. The pitch was difficult. One side was boggy and the other seemed to be a lot firmer."
"The second half was ideal for us going forward but going the other way it was very difficult for us to pass the ball on. But we got the three points and that's the main thing. I've only been here two days and I've been made welcome and I'm enjoying it so long may it continue."
Rundle is mates with striker Adam Le Fondre and was quick to congratulate him for his brace against Lincoln, but also gave the 14 goal top scorer some stick for missing his penalty for the hat-trick; "I don't want to big him up too much but that's what he's been good at ever since I've known him, If we put the ball in the box and give him half-chances then he'll put them away."
"He was on about scoring a hattrick before the game because he never did when he was at Rochdale. He had the chance with that late penalty— he'll be a bit gutted that he missed it. I told him afterwards that we'd have to take him off penalties in future and that I'd be doing it! I had to give him a bit of stick." he added.
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