Ronnie Moore spoke on Millers Player after the game at Burton Albion, which
"Second-half total domination, I looked at the pitch and seen how good it is, and we've played some great football on it, and it could have been four or five no doubt about that.
The win was all to do with the Millers second-half performance, Moore saying:
"We spoke about the tempo of the game, we upped the tempo and got behind them and I thought we did that, Alfie is unlucky he has not got a couple of goals. We've had umpteen chances, Kev's (Ellison) gone through there right at the end, and I think if young Marsh'y is brave for the square ball if he does that the games over."
The Millers in the past have been accused of sitting to deep when in front in games, Moore said:
Well you always do, you have the tendency to go deep Alfies had a knock so we changed it and went four,five across the back to try and secure it. But our keeper's not had to many saves to make today.
There was a question as whether Adam Le Fondre had got a touch on the goal.
"Goalscorers always get a touch, he says he got one, and there is no way you are going to take that from Alf, theres not a cat in hells chance. It went into the back of the net, and I don't care how it got there."
The Millers gave a debut to Josh Walker signed this morning from Middlesbrough. Moore feeling he did well:
"He did alright he got on the ball and passed it, he has decent feet, thats his first game in a while three weeks ago he was paying in the Championship, there is plenty to come from him, I was pleased. I thought Pope led the line tremendously well, he just tired towards the end and thats why he came off."
"What we have to do now is learn to play the pitch at Don Valley, if we can do that, we have said before we are as good as anybody in this league and should be in the top three".
"The support we got today away from home is just unbelievable, it's a tight ground and with the roof it just echo's round there. That is what's missing at Don Valley, but we are there and what we've got to do is start to make it a fortress".
"The fans were right behind us today and it makes a difference, it's different at Don Valley we know that, but we have to play there, at least until the end of the season."
The next Millers game is at leaders Rochdale on Tuesday night with Moore saying:
"It's a massive game Tuesday we go there full of hope, and if we play like we did today we will be a match for them."
Asked if he would have any more new faces in for Tuesday Moore said:
"Possibly, we are a little bit short on the striker front, we've tried like mad to bring people in there, it might be we need somebody with a bit of experience, fingers crossed if it's not Tuesday it will defiantly be by the end of next week, and he's an experienced player who knows what the games about, he can help Popey become a better player".