MILLERS striker Paul Warne says the Millers’ FA Cup win at Wealdstone should not be underestimated.
The Ryman League minnows twice came from two goals down to push Ronnie Moore's side all the way as Sunday's first-round tie match ended 3-2.
Warne, who got in a full 45 minutes as a second-half substitute, said: “It was a difficult game, although I thought we controlled the first half quite well.
“I’ve played a lot of years in the non-league and I know what it is like playing a league team. You just need that bit of luck. They got a deserved goal and that gave them a boost.
“They scored two good goals but luckily we scored three. The last ten minutes were so open.”
Warne and his team-mates are now looking forward to hosting either Rochdale or Luton in the second round on the weekend of November 28.