ROTHERHAM Titans says they'll pump up the power ahead of Sunday's derby clash at Yorkshire Carnegie.
And coach Andy Key believes his former club are beatable as Rotherham chase a first win of the season.
“We had more signs last weekend that we are moving in the right direction – but just have to get that first win and then who knows?” he said.
“There is pressure, some put on by yourself and some put on by external influences and probably at the moment it’s a bit of everything.
“But we’ll cope. I’ve been there with Leeds when we were looking to stay in the Premiership and it’s about fighting. Until it’s mathematically gone away, you have to believe – and everyone here at the club retains that belief.”
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