Rotherham midfielder Rob Milsom wants to repay the faith shown in him by boss Steve Evans with consistent performances this season.
The versatile left-sided midfielder, 26, has been a regular starter for the Millers since arriving on a free transfer from Aberdeen in the summer, making 11 appearances and scoring his first goal for the club in last month's league win over Sheffield United.
"I'm happy with my form at the moment. It's been a positive start to the season," Milsom said.
"Steve Evans is good, he gets the most out of me and I'm grateful he gave me an opportunity to come here and I appreciate that and I hope I can repay his faith in bringing me to the club with my performances.
"There is more to come from me, but I believed in my ability and I'm grateful that Rotherham gave me the chance and hopefully I can keep the form I'm in and keep it consistent."
The former Fulham trainee added: "Our squad has a lot of quality, especially in midfield. They're all good players so I know if I take my foot off the gas these guys can come in and put in a good performance, so it's important that I remain consistent to stay in the team.
"I had a good upbringing at Fulham, I really enjoyed my time there. We worked a lot on technique and keeping the ball so that had a big impact on the type of player I am and the technique I have."