The teenage striker has hit a decent spell and has found the net in the Millers last two outings and boss Alan Knill must be pleased with his efforts. Although the team has only claimed a solitary point from the last two games Will feels he's finally fulfilling the potential many Millers craved from him.
In an interview with the offical site, Hoskins said: "Now that Deon Burton has left the club I have the opportunity to put together a good string of appearances. I feel in good form at the moment and a good run can only do me good. That goal against Port Vale will do my confidence the world of good, I hit the ball and it was great to see it fly into the net.
Fortunately I knew Jonathan Forte when he came into the side so that helped us play together. Now I look forward to establishing myself as a first team regular but understand why I have to be patient with other players in front of me."
Martin Butler pushes for a recall tomorrow but Knill may retain his youthful strikers from the off. He is set to leave it until the final hour before naming the team.