United defender Damian Batt has said that he and the rest of the players are desperate to get a result at Rotherham tomorrow.
United have not won in five matches and Batt wants to make sure they put that right against the Millers.
“Losing is a rubbish habit and we’re all very disappointed,” he said. “We want to go out Saturday and get a result. We want to go out and be men and do what we need to do, be resilient, go and perform and get a result.
“We’ve got a really good team spirit and a good set of lads but it’s been a hard month for us, we have been very disappointed with the results, we’re all desperate to put it right and go out and show what we can do.
“It is very unlike us especially to be conceding goals the way we have been.”
The 28-year-old is his own worst critic and has been disappointed with his own performances of late.
“I have been OK but there’s been times when I have been disappointed with the way I’ve played compared to the level I try to play at but when you’re in a losing team you always want to do better. I think people know how determined I am to play well in every game and do the best I can and that’s what I’m going to do on Saturday.
“It’s not fun and I hate losing games. There’s no point speaking to me at least until Sunday but that’s a good thing, all of the lads are like that, we’re not happy if we go and get a defeat and it really affects the team and we just want to put it right.
“Rotherham are a decent side but we’re a good team and we have shown that. We haven’t shown it in the last month but we can get back to winning ways and show the manager how good we are.”