The Millers ran out 2-1 winners over Oxford United, afterwards Ronnie Moore was asked on Millers Player for his thoughts on how the game went:
"It's a good win, we deserved it, no doubt about that. I thought we were the better side, the first ten minutes was a bit ropey but after that we played some excellent stuff. The score line makes it look closer than what it was really, we had enough chances to see them off."
Marcus Marshall took the man of the match award and Moores after match comments on the winger enforced that choice:
"Well he's been brilliant all season really, he's coming on he's got fabulous ability, pace and now what he has got is some self-belief. I thought Nicky Law was good in midfield Alfy got the glory but Ryan Taylor worked hard up front.
"They are two good players, it's just a pity Ryan has not got a goal, but both have a fantastic work rate they close people down, they've done everything we wanted them to do. It was just a little disappointing we conceded right on half-time, with Warrington making such a good save, then the lad sliding it in, but he's not made to many saves after that, we were the ones on the front foot."
After the game the crowds reaction was different to recent weeks with the team being clapped off, Ronnie's response was:
"Better than the boo's isn't it, at least we showed a bit of effort, enthusiasm and no little skill. I think the crowd appreciated that, and if I had paid my money I would have clapped them off as well."
Danny Coid made his debut at right back after coming on a months loan from Blackpool, Moore gave his verdict on his performance:
"He did really well to say he has not played much first team football, he has experience, reads the game well, knows when to play it long and when to play it short, he will be a big plus for us."
Unfortunately Coid is ruled out of the F.A. Cup replay with York on Wednesday Moore explained the situation:
"Because he was not at the club for the first game he can't play in the replay. He can play at Darlington if we get through, so it gives a bit of a headache who we play there, especially with Cresswell getting another back spasm, as you can never judge how long it's going to be.
"It's a different one than he had, it's on the other side this time, he will go and see a specialist to see whats going on there. Players are going down like ninepins at the moment, you just can't believe how much bad luck we are having with players getting injured.
"We seem to have to go to the Chairman every week lately and ask if we can fetch someone in."