Andy told The Star:"We talked about these three away games and said that they are all winnable.
"We are in good spirits for the trip to Torquay after producing a really professional performance at Port Vale.
"We talked about staying patient and keeping the ball on the deck with our extra man. It wasn't easy at times but we didn't panic and I think we deserved the win.
"It means nothing at this stage of the season to be three points off the top. We went four games without winning but we are still in touching distance of the leaders. Hopefully, we have had our blip and we are now going to kick on."
Andy has been back in the side at left back for the last few games replacing Jamie Green.
"I am delighted to be back playing. All I'm hoping now is that I can keep fit and stay in the side."
Nicky Law snatched the Millers winner in the second minute of time added on. Andy said of Law's overall contribution to the performance:
"It was a fantastic finish from Nicky on his left foot and it was well-deserved.
"He played well and he was a real threat, especially when we got him dribbling and running at their back four.
"When we have got Pablo (Mills) sitting there in front of the back four, it allows players like Nicky to do what he does best rather than winning headers and tackles. He can do that but that is not his game.
"We want him in the hole and running at defenders because he can petrify them with his pace".