Warne and boss Andy Liddell have been working round the clock since Ronnie Moore's departure on Tuesday night, which started with a 2-0 win against Chesterfield's second string.
"They knew the script and they knew how we wanted them to play. We worked hard on Tuesday in the sun, played the game and done well. They had a good run out against Chesterfield and got Friday night's game out of their system", said Warne to Millersplayer.
"We've just done a bit of head tennis really to jolly them up and get them into good spirits after last week. We tried a bit of psychology with them and some fitness work with a couple of the lads and we did some crossing with the six wide lads."
Warney added: "Its football and you have to put it behind you, you can't sulk about it all week. They came in Wednesday in good positive spirits and they've been as good as gold but that's only what I expect because if not, then me and Lids will have words.
"We'll let the lads know Thursday what the team is. I expect there to be changes in personnel from last Friday and changes in the way we play so watch this space and come and see what you think."