"I was with Mark from 5pm to 5.30pm on Wednesday and we had a smile between the both of us!"
"I don't know what's happened there. It could have been a bust-up in the parlour and a spontaneous reaction and they are waiting for the dust to settle or they may have irons in the fire.
"But I have a marvellous rapport with Mark and no approach has been made. I'd be amazed if Mark went. But business is business and I've been in business for 35 years and am used to any type of surprise, although I wouldn't say shock." he added.
"I suppose it's quite flattering. In his short spell here, Mark has taken responsibility and he's a professional guy. But he has a big job to do, with the first-leg of the Johnstone's Paints Trophy area final taking place at Scunthorpe this week and we are just two games away from Wembley.
"With his acquisitions in my reign, we've all seen a constant shift and improvement. It's gone so well and we want him to carry on the incremental movement in performance and one of things we are getting is consistency. I think, if anything after the last two seasons, that foundations are getting put in place at this club."
"As an older guy, I believe that sometimes the best deals take a bit longer. Mark is getting a good grounding at Rotherham. No doubt he will move forward with a bigger group one day, but it's all about timing."
"We're all excited and know that he's looking forward, as we are as a club. Mark led the youth team and then was given the opportunity of management at Rotherham United and the club fell foul with the administrators and he has been through all that. The way we started this season has given him confidence in the club and the supporters and I have the same confidence in him as he has in us."
"There's a good feeling about the club and we're walking tall."
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