Rotherham boss Steve Evans has urged his side to build on their momentum after breaking into the top three of League Two.
The Millers registered their third straight win on Tuesday night with a 2-1 success at in-form Bristol Rovers and ended the evening in the automatic promotion places for the first time since New Year's Day.
They are not in action this weekend as Bradford are competing in the Capital One Cup final, but Evans wants to make their good form count when they host struggling York on Tuesday.
"We had a dodgy spell where we battled with injuries and suspensions, but overall I have always believed if we work as hard as the opposition then we will have a great chance of winning," he said.
"We have just got to build on the three wins that we have had, I have always had the greatest confidence in the players.
"The boys will work hard through the weekend and we'll be ready for York. The spirit and the togetherness is there."