Paul Raynor talks to www.themillers.co.uk...
Assistant manager Paul Raynor praised the work of the Millers playing staff after another hard day on the training ground.
The Millers are now at the back end of their pre-season tour of Scotland with their last remaining game this Saturday against Partick Thistle at Firhill Stadium.
The Millers assistant boss presided over training this afternoon at Stirling University, and was pleased with the levels of performance from the squad.
“We have had all the elements today, sunshine, rain, wind you name it, but the lads have done great,” Raynor told www.themillers.co.uk
“They have had some good recovery sessions since the game at Dundee, and they have all looked bright and fresh this afternoon, so we are really pleased with them.”
Raynor has been pleased with the response shown by the squad, and after several players were given a full 90 minutes in the victory at Dundee on Tuesday, training has been tailored to ensure all team members are given the right amount of time on the training ground.
“We have to be wary with the guys who have played a lot of minutes against Dundee, so some will do a little bit more than others, but we know what each individual has put into the game so workloads are structured to make sure everybody does the right amount,” Raynor confirmed.
“There will be a double session tomorrow, but it will be game related. The most important thing is to get the guys ready for the game. We have done some video work this morning, we have had a good session this afternoon and then we will have a gym session later. Preparation has been good, we are all working hard.”