The Millers looked set to take a late win away from St Andrews, but had to settle for a point after conceeding an even later penalty kick in the 1-1 draw.
“I’m proud of the way we played and I’m proud of the fact that we’re trying to take games to the opposition, I thought we played really well and there were some good performances from the lads, one of my highlights was Ben Wiles’ performance."
“We were on top in the second half which I was really pleased with away from home, in fairness to Birmingham I thought they were the better side in the second half. We found ourselves 1-0 up with three minutes to go, so I was disappointed not to get the three points.”
“We were excellent and moved the ball really well. Mickel and Chieo caused them problems and our midfielders were effective. I wanted us to go up another level. The lads are better than what they think. We could be standing here on seven points, so to only have four I’m disappointed."
“However, Birmingham played well in the second half and we defended brilliantly. Our defending overall has been really promising,"
“The competition we have in the wide positions is really good. Mickel caused them problems when he came inside and was brilliant carrying the ball at his feet, on another day, he would have been on the winning team.
“We have strength in depth and different options to change games this year, which is promising,” Warne added.