We can do better, says Scott

MILLERS chief Andy Scott sees plenty of room for improvement despite his side's 3-1 win over Dagenham and Redbridge at Don Valley Stadium this afternoon.

All the goals came in the first half—Gareth Evans and Lewis Grabban scoring  either side of a Scott Doe goal for the visitors, with Grabban adding a second in the run-up to half time.

The win avenged the play-off final defeat to the Daggers last year and keeps the Millers second in League Two but Scott was not happy with the second-half performance.

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"It was a 35-minute performance and fortunately it got us through," he said. "During that 35 minutes we were outstanding but equally for the other 55 minutes we were very poor.

"Everyone knows their jobs and for some reason after we scored we had a ten-minute spell when we didn't do that and in the second half we were fortunate we didn't concede.

"I spoke for ten minutes in the dressing room saying it wasn't good enough and I'm not happy with it.

"We're joint top of the league and we've only been beaten once but standards have to be better than that and we are much better than that."

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Millers: Logan, Tonge, Newey, Raynes, Cresswell, Marshall, Harrison, Taylor, Evans (Pringle 82), Revell, Grabban (Holroyd 90).

Dagenham: Lewington, McCrory, Ogogo, Doe, Scannell, Lee, Binghham (Nurse 46), Walsh (Arber 46), Tomlin, Gain, Williams.

Referee: G. Ward

Attendance: 3,286