Paul Warne was full of praise for his side who made it 15 unbeaten in all competitions with a win at Ipswich Town, and, in turn, moved themselves to top of the pile in Sky Bet League One...
"It didn't start great when Josh Vickers went down with a sore groin about 10 minutes from the end of the warm-up, but in the end it was a really good performance.
"I'm really proud of my group. I say how much I love my players all the time, but they're great. They take on information and they work so hard out of possession of the ball.
"We sort of suffocated Ipswich really because of our work ethic and we got two good goals and on another night, we could have had another couple.
"As away performances go, I'm really pleased. They're a really good team and Cooky is a brilliant manager who will have success here no doubt, but tonight he was against a really good Rotherham side who managed the game really well.
"They all mean a bit but I think you always feel more engaged with the fans when you know how much effort has gone into coming to the game.
"The 250 or so that have come down in midweek is some effort and you do want to enjoy those moments. I didn't want to go full Jurgen Klopp but I sort of did!
"It is a big win and Oxford is going to be another good test on Saturday and then we have two cup games."