Rotherham United have had a solid start to their League One campaign so far, winning six of their opening 11 league games, but manager Paul Warne remains cautious.
Warne’s men are currently on a 5 match unbeaten run in the league and sit in fourth place in the table.
The Millers are living up to their preseason expectations of reaching the playoffs, unlike heavy hitters Sheffield Wednesday and Portsmouth who both sit in mid-table.
Paul Warne, after Rotherham’s win at Cheltenham on last Saturday, said: “There are clubs really going for it and it’s going to be a tight league.
“I cannot see anyone romping away with ninety points this season. I just cannot see it.”
Rotherham are also all but through to the next round of the EFL trophy after victory at Scunthorpe on Tuesday.
Warne may be playing down The Millers’ form due to their difficult set of upcoming fixtures.
Rotherham play Portsmouth, Wycombe Wanderers, MK Dons and Sunderland in the next five games.
These games could drastically change how the table looks with only five points splitting first and eighth place.