ROTHERHAM United manager Andy Scott admits that standby striker Chris Holroyd has given him a difficult decision ahead of their match at Northampton Town tomorrow.
Holroyd went on at half-time at Morecambe on Tuesday after top scorer Lewis Grabban suffered a back spasm.
He produced a lively, sparky performance which played a significant part in Rotherham’s attacking revival.
“Yes, managers have difficult decisions to make and this is a tough one,” said Scott. “But Lewis Grabban has got eight goals. We’ll see how he is, what are the reports on Northampton.”
He said Grabban and goalkeeper Andy Warrington, who had a thigh problem towards the end of the game, were fully expected to be available.
“If we do what we did in the second half on Tuesday, doing the things asked of them, then I’m confident we will soon be winning football matches,” added Scott boss whose side haven’t won in nine games.
Northampton have lost their last four matches.