MANAGER Ronnie Moore hailed Rotherham United's win over Dagenham at Don Valley last night—and then challenged them to carry on the good work at Lincoln on Saturday.
A first-half double from Adam Le Fondre—his 20th and 21st goals of the season—sealed a 2-0 victory and nudged the Millers back up to fourth place in League Two.
But having gone into the match on the back of poor defeats to Bournemouth and Darlington, Moore is now looking for some consistency, starting at Sincil Bank this weekend.
"The performance last night was what you want from Rotherham United. That was a Rotherham United team," said Moore.
"There was a bit of spirit, a high tempo and the wingers put the ball in the box. We could have been four up by half time.
"We played well as a team and it was pleasing after the two previous games.
"Hopefully this is the start of our season. We can go to Lincoln full of confidence and attack and start winning some games."
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