Warnock wary of Wolves threat

A SEASON of promise has fizzled out to nothing for tomorrow's opponents Wolves — but Neil Warnock still believes they have some bite.

Locked in mid-table, they're treading water under manager Kenny Jackett and despite big January signing Joe Mason struggling to score goals and ex-Miller Adam Le Fondre without once since October, Wolves have some promising talent.

Warnock said: “They've got some good young players and they've blooded one or two and with the bit of pace they've got, they will be a good test for us. They've not done bad at home either but we want to keep this unbeaten run going if we can.

When we came to the club things looked pretty dire really. I don't think anyone would have thought we'd be in this position before the end of the season, let alone with three games to go."

After the tired performance in midweek against Huddersfield, Warnock might be tempted to freshen things up but says he won’t decide until he’s had a proper look in training.

Rotherham travel to Monlineux unbeaten in ten matches. Their best unbeaten run in the second tier is 16, set in 1959.

Whatever the result tomorrow, the Millers will be assured of Championship safety if MK Dons fail to beat Brentford.