RONNIE Moore refuses to write off Rotherham United’s title challenge despite the club’s inconsistent form in League Two.
Although the Millers have suffered five successive defeats on the road, they remain just six points behind league leaders Chesterfield.
Rotherham boss Moore is adamant they can still leapfrog the Spireites in the table and go up as champions.
Moore, who is set to recall on-loan Swindon player Callum Kennedy following the left-back’s one-match ban in today’s home clash with second-placed Shrewsbury, told The Star: “The target is to win the league.
“There are 15 games to go and plenty of points to play for so we need to go on a run.
“Chesterfield will have a dip and so will the other teams. We need to capitalise.”
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