Rotherham United boss Paul Warne is a confident man going in to the new Championship campaign, as the Millers manager believes they can right the wrongs of their last stay in the second tier.

Warne believes that faith has been restored amongst the fan base and thinks that the characters he has in the changing room will be enough to keep the Millers up. 

The 45 year old was appointed the permanent manager of Rotherham United in January 2017 after the departure of Kenny Jackett.

He was unable to save the club from relegation, but guided the Millers back to the second tier at the first time of asking last season.

Rotherham defeated Shrewsbury Town in the Playoff Final at Wembley as a Richard Wood double was enough to help the Millers overcome their opponents.

Despite having a miserable season last time they were in the Championship, Warne believes it will be different this time around.

Speaking to the Sheffield Star, he said: “I think there’s a real relationship between the players and the fans for a first time in a long time.

“I’m going to keep the same lads here so a lot of the fans will know them and I think they have a lot more trust in the players now.

“We could lose the first three games but I think the faith has already been restored.”

Going in to the new season, United can go into the new campaign with a no fear mentality.

Nobody expects anything from Paul Warne’s side, but he will be hoping his squad can throw up a few suprises next campaign.

 

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