Loanee pleased with performance...
Rotherham United loanee Tom Lawrence was delighted with his side’s performance at Cardiff City on Saturday, but left South Wales disappointed not to come away with three points.
The Millers enjoyed the majority of the play at the weekend, with Lawrence a key component in an attack that caused problems for last year’s Premier League outfit.
“The lads are actually a bit gutted because we were pleased with how we played and felt like we deserved all three points, but if we continue to play like that we’ll be fine. We dominated the game from start to finish I thought, we played some nice football and in the end were just disappointed not to get a goal.”
Steve Evans’ side once again adopted a more patient style of build-up, and although Alex Revell led the line in place of Matt Derbyshire, the former Manchester United youngster believed the partnership worked well and doesn’t mind who he lines up against as long as he can keep his own shirt.
“I don’t mind who plays up there alongside me because they’re all really good players here and although they (Derbyshire and Revell) are different, I feel we’ve gelled really well and there will be goals to come. There’s a real competition for places here so we’ve all got to continue to just play well.
“That’s the point of me being out on loan, to play games. I want to be playing this kind of football rather than Under 21s games, so to come out and get some football is a big thing for me because it gets me experience at this level too.”