Speaking to the clubs official website themillers.co.uk Mark Bradley says playing right-back isnt something new to him.
"I played in the Victory Shield for Wales when I was 16, live on Sky, I was at right-back and we beat Northern Ireland 3-0 at Gillingham's ground, Priestfield. It was a decent game which I remember well, and it was live on Sky which is always good when you are still at school!"
Having dislocating his shoulder back in October, Saturday's return to action was an unexpected bonus for the 24 year old.
"It was great to be back after four months on the sidelines, I am a little stiff today to be honest but I enjoyed the game, we are just disappointed about the result obviously. I didn't expect to start if I am being truthful but I was ready to play and obviously delighted to get the nod."
He admitted that he would be happy to continue in his new role; "I guess it all depends on how I do, and if the manager is happy with my performances, I was a little disappointed with the goals, although I felt unlucky to be credited with the second! The ball came in between myself and Richard for the first goal and looking back I thought I should have just cleared it, but overall and when I was on the ball I felt that did well."