The striker tells the advertiser that the Millers have deserved more than they picked up over recent weeks.

“We all know there's work to do and the lads, the gaffer and staff are all passionate to succeed. Although we lost against Shrewsbury and Crawley, in both games we felt we were the better team."

“I don't think we've had the run of the green in the last few weeks and we should be standing here maybe nine games unbeaten and in the play-offs. If we can get a win this weekend then we can go into the Christmas period in a better position. Then we'll have nine days until the next game so we can buckle down and maybe iron out a few mistakes."

“We can see what the chairman is building and we all want to be a part of that and for us to get in those play-offs is the aim. The new ground deserves League One football and that's where we want to be.” he added.

Revell looked back on last weekend win at Hereford where he scored his 6th goal for the Millers; “We should have kicked on from 2-0 up. They came back to level but we carried it on and won ugly and we needed to prove we could do that. The ability is there and we showed it in the second half when they pumped the ball into the box and we defended very well. Michael Raynes came on (at half time) and I thought he was magnificent and so was Johnny Mullins."

“We were all delighted because it's a hard place to go and they're fighting for their lives to get out of the little predicament they're in. I would rather we won 1-0 but we scored three away from home and that's a massive encouragement. Johnny got two and I think we're going to hear about that for the rest of the month! It was a great win after two losses I don't think we really deserved.”