Alex Revell talks to www.themillers.co.ukAlex Revell is remaining upbeat despite the recent bad weather postponing last Saturday’s home game against Exeter City.
The treacherous conditions haven’t stopped the first-team squad training, though, and Revell is looking forward to the Easter programme.
“We were in on Sunday and managed to get onto the pitches and have a good session today to build up to Friday,” he said.
“Training has been good and we’re all looking forward to a big weekend.”
The Millers entertain AFC Wimbledon at New York Stadium on Good Friday, before heading to Kent on Easter Monday to face league leaders Gillingham, and Revell understands the importance of the two fixtures.
He revealed: “They are massive and we want to try and get maximum points from the next two games.
“Obviously going down to Gillingham will be a tough game, but I think we should’ve beaten them when we were at home, so we can take confidence from that.”
The 29-year-old striker reserved special praise for the club’s ground staff who have cleared the training pitch of snow and allowed the team to prepare as normal.
“They have been brilliant. It’s allowed us to be able to train and do another training session.”