08:30 30 Mar 2019
Rotherham United manager Paul Warne says he will be instructing his side to play on the front foot as they return to action against Derby County following the international break.
With eight games remaining to preserve English Football League (EFL) Championship status, Warne insists his side can sit back explaining his team play their best football when they are on the front foot.
“We'll go to Derby and give everything we've got, as we do every game," Warne said.
“I've never been a manager that decides to sit back and just wait, we have to take the game to them.
Relegation-threatened Rotherham are placed 22nd on the league standings - three points behind 19th-placed Wigan Athletic with eight matches left.
"That's the best way we play really, on the front foot. We'll set up that way, we want to win the game as much as they do - it's another opportunity to pull ourselves out of it," he added.
“Hopefully, the fans can travel down, it's not far, to support the team because we'll definitely need it as we always do.
"And like I said have a right go, and hopefully everyone who turns up, myself included, will be proud to be a Miller.”