The popular 29-year-old played 90 minutes in the Millers’ engine room against Birmingham City on Good Friday, before being named as a substitute for the clash with Brighton and Hove Albion on Easter Monday.
The win over the Seagulls saw Steve Evans’ men put themselves seven points clear of Millwall who occupy the final place in the drop zone with Blackpool being condemned to relegation, but Frecklington insists the Millers’ fate is in their own hands:
"If we take care of business, it doesn't matter what other teams do," he claimed.
"I've never lacked confidence in the group. We believe we can stay up and get the points we need to stay in the league.
The Lincoln-born playmaker went on to add that although he believes that results concerning Rotherham United are the number one priority, the team are keeping one eye on how teams around them are performing:
"We're only human and everyone has a little look at how the other teams are doing but we'll be doing everything we can to get the points we need."