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16 December 2016

Scotsman Murray Wallace states everyone in the squad is relishing the opportunity to get back to winning ways in Saturday’s clash with Millwall.

Wallace believes the game at Glanford Park provides the Iron with a good platform to set right what went wrong against Rochdale, in the final home match of 2016.

Speaking to The Iron PlayerHD, Wallace said: “It’s a big game for us.

“It’ll be our only home game for a couple of weeks and, after the defeat last week, it’ll be good to bounce back.

“It gets busy towards the end of this month but, thankfully at the start of December, it’s been quite spread out for us.

“We’ve now had that full week, and we’re ready to go again.”

Reflecting on that defeat at the Crown Oil Arena, the defender believes the lessons learnt will be beneficial moving forward.

However, the 23-year-old highlighted the group doesn’t dwell on negativity, and went on to say that the focus is fully on Millwall.

“They did well. A lot of teams we were playing were coming and sitting in, and they showed us respect for where we are in the table,” he stated.

“In the last couple of games we’ve maybe struggled a little, because they’ve pressed us really well. Looking at that, I think we can expect more teams to come out and press us.

“It’s natural for teams to up their performance against any team that’s top of the league. Millwall are a good side, and it’ll be a tough game.

“I think we’re very good at bouncing back from setbacks, so hopefully we can do that again this weekend.”

See much more from Murray Wallace, Graham Alexander and Tom Hopper on The Iron PlayerHD.

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