Adam Colllin recently spoke to Millers Matchday...
Goalkeeper Adam Collin has admitted he is loving the challenge of playing in The Championship.
The Millers stopper was given the green jersey for the curtain raiser with Derby before enduring a topsy-turvey afternoon in the home victory over Wolves, where he made a string of top class saves.
The life of a goalkeeper can often be perilous and Collin admitted he had the rub of the green as the first half against Wolves drew to a close
"I had a two/three minute spell where things went against me but I'm pleased I recovered and saw it out to half-time.
"At the interval, I settled down and refocused and I then had a strong second-half where I dealt with a lot of balls into the box including a good catch near the end."
Collin admitted he was grateful to the home faithful for sticking by their man in his hour of need and he believes the passionate NYS crowd may prove to be his side's twelfth man as they get to grips with the demanding nature of Championship football.
"It was a great atmosphere and the fans turned out en masse and it was a sea of red. They got behind me and I'm grateful for them for that," he added.
"It's one of those leagues which is very tight and games may be won by the odd goal most weeks, it really is fine lines.”