ROTHERHAM United manager Ronnie Moore seeks an FA Cup tonic for his team's faltering league form when they take on non-league Wealdstone on Sunday.
The Millers were booed off by disgruntled supporters at Don Valley Stadium at the weekend after playing out a dour goalless draw against Aldershot.
The result left Moore with only one win from his first six games in charge and means Rotherham sit three points off the automatic promotion places in League Two.
Moore insists the Millers can rediscover their old form, starting with Sunday's tricky test in north London against a Wealdstone side who sit three divisions below them on the league ladder.
Moore said: “It’s not so long ago that another non-league side, Forest Green Rovers, knocked us out of the FA Cup, so we’ve got to be ready.
“We’ve got to treat Wealdstone with respect and if we do that and compete then we we will win the game.
“I wish it was a league game to be honest because we’re desperate to get over the line and get three points.”