Millers gunning for revenge
Rotherham will take their Johnstone's Paint Trophy second-round clash with York seriously, according to assistant Paul Raynor.
The Millers, who were winners in 1996, were handed a bye in the first round and are travelling to Bootham Crescent looking for revenge after losing to the Minstermen in this competition last season.
And while several fringe players should get a run-out, it remains a competition Raynor wants to win.
"We'd like to do very well in it and get to Wembley," he said. "It's a competition we want to do well in, it's not something we are ignoring.
"Nobody likes losing, we dominated that game (last year) and missed chances so we will take it seriously.
"It might be an opportunity for one or two to get some game-time, that is something we will look at. But they are all first-team players."