“Hopefully, I can stay in the Championship, I think I have more to give in that division. In the Championship with Rotherham I was always in and out of the team. I'd do well for a few games and then I'd get taken out of the team. That wasn't good for my confidence.
“I know the gaffer made a big thing about liking to rotate his wingers but, for me, it was hard because I'd see players in other positions getting a run of games.
“I love my football and just want to play all the time. The gaffer knew how much coming out of the team hurt me. Sometimes the reason was because I'd worked so hard in the previous game. But I work that hard because I can. I never felt I needed a rest.”
There was however no animousity between Taylor and Warne, with Tayls thinking that Warne helped to improve him, “We got on really well, When he first took over, he said he wanted to improve me. I think if you asked him now he would say I have definitely improved. Him dropping me was the only problem we ever had.”