Speaking to the clubs official website, the gaffer was obviously unhappy with the result and display at Rochdale,
“Overall, I was disappointed obviously, We had a good following here today and they did not deserve to watch that. We came here to win but a few of the lads had an off day which is the nicest way to put it."
The Millers had Michael Ihiekwe ruled out for 6 weeks with a knee injury and Joe Mattock out with a hammy, Curtis Tilt came in and made his debut.
“We had a few changes across the backline and we did not look as organised as we have done.”
“It summed our day up that Wilsey’s header was going in but Smudge touches it and it’s an offside goal. It would have been 1-1 at half time and I would have fancied us in the second half. I’ve seen it before where players touch it when it’s going in but he’s got to take it because he has a defender behind him. It’s a strikers’ instinct to get a touch but it was unfortunate for us.”
The Millers have had a little wobble recently, but still sit in second place in the table, with Warney saying; “We haven’t turned into a bad team overnight. We’ve been amazing away from home this season but it was not our day."
“We are still second. We have got nine cup finals left so it may be a good kick for the lads. It’s tight and it’s exciting for everyone. All the teams are looking to get to the Championship.”