Paul Warne talks to www.themillers.co.uk...
Rotherham United boss Paul Warne insists he won’t overreact by overhauling his team selection as a result of two losses in as many games, which brought an end to their superb string of 14 games without defeat.
The Millers manager admits he is happy to shoulder the blame where necessary and won’t let his personal pride get in the way of changing the system or personnel should it be required, but is pleased that his side remain on track in Sky Bet League One.
“I'll look at anything, I just want to win football matches,” Warne told www.themillers.co.uk.
“I'm not too proud to think that everything I do is right. Everything has been pretty good and the lads are in good fettle, they still believe in what they're doing and they're understandably disappointed that they didn't come away with at least a point [from MK Dons].
“You can see things that you didn't want the lads to do, or they chose to do so we try and correct those all the time.
“We try and make them better all the time and that's our job really.”
Warne now has the task of assembling his troops ahead of a trip to Sixfields to face Northampton Town, as they look to get back to winning ways and has hinted that he may tweak his team to face Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s Cobblers.
“We'll pick them up and then I'll pick the 11 freshest to go on Saturday, so there might be some changes and there might not, but I don't want to announce it to the world,” he continued.
“We look at everything we can to win this game. We've got this one and then another long away game and then we're back at home.
“I'll freshen it up a little bit this week and if there's an opportunity, I'll do it again.”