Lynch then looked back at last weekends brace; "I had a go with my left last week and it paid off and I'd like to think I took both goals quite well. For the first I just cut inside and hit it and luckily for me it went in."
"For the second, the clock was ticking down and I wanted to take the ball into the corner to waste time but their lad stood off me so I cut inside and just had a go."
He then went on to speak about his old club and joinging the Millers; "Things didn't work out for me at Yeovil last season-I was in and out of the team. This year I want to play as many matches as I can but you never know what's around the corner in football. It's a cliché but I'm just taking each game as it comes. I'm playing regularly and you can't ask for anything more."
"We've done really well cutting into the 17 points and Don Valley isn't a problem, There's been a lot of talk about the crowd being so far from the pitch but at the end of the day it's a good stadium with a football pitch, posts and lines and that's all you need. The surface is also a lot better than it was at the start of pre-season."
"I've been impressed with Mark Robins. He's an up and coming manager with some good ideas. He works well with his staff and players, he's a good coach and because of what he's done in the game he commands respect."