“I thought we were excellent, first half. I thought we should have come in at half time up. They scored with a great finish but we should have stopped it at source." Warne told themillers.co.uk
“I thought we did enough to be 2-0 up at half time, really. At this level you have to take your chances and we didn’t really take our chances. The game was lacking chances really and if I’m honest, I thought the last five or 10 minutes it looked more like they would score."
“I’m obviously biased but I thought we had really good claims on a couple of pens – on another day you might get them. The Woody one he pulled his shirt so I’m disappointed on that, but I’m not disappointed with what the team gives me."
"I know, I’m not being too dramatic here, Danny Williams the club legend died this week, I spoke with his family before the game and I felt it would be fitting if we could win.”
Warne spoke about a huge chance for Michael Smith to score;
“It’s a good chance to score, As a centre-forward you fancy it and more often than not, Smudge would rip the net off. But it wasn’t to be. Robbo got a good goal and all our set-pieces we would have had enough to win it. I’m not really a stat man but they’re all in our ascendency."
“Second-half, we weren’t as good and we weren’t as effective. I always have a massive belief when we’re shooting that way that ‘this is it’ and we’re going to score but today it just didn’t fall.
“I thought today was a good opportunity to win a football match. Every single Championship game is very tough. Whoever you play, everyone is desperate for three points all the time. I showed the lads all the fixtures today and I felt it would be the day we got three points. It’s disappointing we didn’t take the three points."
“Sometimes in life you don’t get what you deserve and I feel today was one of those days.”