Rotherham goalkeeper Andy Warrington has thanked the fans for their ongoing support following his return to the side.
The 34-year-old made his first league start of the campaign in Saturday's 1-0 loss to Burton, despite being told he was free to find a new club in the summer and that he would be third choice this season.
That decision made by Andy Scott angered fans, who have always been vocal in their support of Warrington, and after a recent slump in form they campaigned online to get him back in the side.
"The support means everything to me. I think we have got a very good mutual respect for each other and I would go on record thanking them for that," he told the club's official website. "I had a lot of support in the summer and hopefully I can now stay in the side and repay the fans for supporting me.
"Everyone knows how I feel about this club. I never wanted to leave, I just got my head down, worked hard and I've got to try and keep in the side now.
"I made it clear that I wanted to stay here and the gaffer knows that. Pre-season went well, I didn't sulk about things and it's just a case of getting on with my job."