ROTHERHAM United manager Steve Evans insists that they are “still a work in progress”.
The Millers head to fourth-placed Fleetwood Town tonight bouyed by a fourth straight win from, arguably, their best performance of the season, but with the manager insisting there is much more to come.
“We are still evolving, still improving and we are still very much a work in progress,” said the Rotherham manager.
“We are not right yet and we are not where we want to be yet. That’s easier to say when you are losing and a bit harder when you’ve been winning but it’s a fact.”
Evans sees the Fleetwood test as a stiff examination.
“They have come up, have started well and have just signed a former Scotland captain (Barry Ferguson), which is a fantastic signing, so, yes, it’s is another big test for us,” admitted Evans.
He expects to have Daniel Nardiello available. A groin strain kept the striker out on Saturday but he trained on Sunday and again yesterday to put himself in contention.
Evans didn’t guarantee he would leave the side unchanged.