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Rotherham boss Neil Warnock's promises more drama in season climax

Neil Warnock has promised there is more entertainment to come as Rotherham's season heads towards its climax.

The veteran boss has resurrected the Millers' season over the last fortnight as his side have taken 10 points from the last four games - a run which has put them firmly in the race for Championship survival.

They had to earn the 10th point the hard way, though, as they came back from 3-0 down to rescue a 3-3 draw against Derby on Saturday.

The swashbuckling final 10 minutes, where Danny Ward and Leon Best's double completed the comeback, left everybody in the New York Stadium drawing for breath as they came to terms with what they had just witnessed.

But Warnock has told fans to get used to the drama.

He said: "That’s what South Yorkshire football is about, it’s about passion and a guy said to me coming off, ‘Warnock, I have never seen anything like that in 20 years'. I said, ‘Stick around’."

The Millers' reward for a superb week, which saw the draw against Derby come on the back of wins over Sheffield Wednesday and Middlesbrough, was some extra time off.

And Warnock believes an additional day's rest will be more beneficial than a training session.

"They have got to rest," the Millers boss warned. "The IT guys tell me how far we have run and what ground we have covered, I think we went off the barometer. 

"We will be resting, old fashioned wise. They will have two days off this week because they can’t train like that, they’ll be better off taking the kids to school.

"It’s old fashioned management, I think the lads will enjoy it."

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