Player-coach Paul Warne believes Rotherham will see standards rise under manager Andy Scott.

Scott took the hotseat in April, replacing Warne and Andy Liddell, who had presided over a caretaker spell following Ronnie Moore's dismissal in March.

The former Brentford manager has reshaped the entire club over the summer, including setting up a permanent base at the training ground, and Warne believes the benefits will soon be seen.

"Before as a club we were a little bit disjointed, at least now were based at the training ground it feels a little bit more like a football club," he said.

"However, despite being disjointed, we were still doing alright, but I think the little one per cents all add up.

"There is a different generation of manager coming through. Scotty is hands on and has a finger in every pie so he sees everything.

"Younger managers are more hands on than the old school of managers. In that respect it is a bit more energised so standards won't drop as much."

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