Manager John Coleman looks ahead to Saturday’s League Two encounter against Dagenham and Redbridge at Spotland.
“There’s no point going to Rotherham and getting three points if you are going to lose at home,” said Coleman. “That’s not trying to decry Dagenham because I think they will pose as big a threat as anyone this season, but I think you should be able to beat anybody at home. I know their manager, I know the style of football he plays and I know they are capable of beating any team. But every time you play at home you should go out believing that you are going to win and if you’re going to boost your gates then fans have to go their believing you are going to win and that is something we’ve got to try and achieve here.”
He added: “We’ve still got a long way to go and we’re not kidding ourselves that it is all going to be ok now. We’ve got to kick on, we’ve got to improve in certain areas and if we want to be successful and get to where we think we can get to which is the play-offs at least, then we’ve got to be consistent.”