Rotherham manager Andy Scott claims he does not care if he upsets one or two members of his squad in his club's promotion push.

The Millers won 3-1 at Dagenham at the weekend to stay joint top of League Two, although Scott described his team's efforts as a "35-minute performance".

Scott, who guided Brentford to promotion in 2009, told the Yorkshire Post: "I don't care if I fall out with people."

He added: "I want to win the games and get promoted.

"If I fall out with people, then at the end of the season when we are celebrating and have got a medal around their neck, I'm sure they will forgive me.

"My job is to get this club promoted going and no-one is going to stop me doing that."

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