ROTHERHAM United defender Nick Fenton says the team are relishing the chance to get back to winning ways against Wycombe Wanderers.
The Millers were beaten for the first time in seven games against Southend, losing second place to the Chairboys in the process.
Fenton said: "We are all disappointed about what happened last Saturday. Basically, we let ourselves down, but that's in the past now and we are looking forward to this weekend.
"Wycombe jumped above us in the table after last weekend's result so this is now a massive game for us."
Rotherham have been boosted by the news that midfielder Mark Randall has extended his loan deal from Arsenal until the end of the season.
Randall is now fully fit after a broken collar bone cut his first spell short after just three substitute appearances for the Millers.
Reserve midfielder Grant Darley has joined Ossett Town on a month's loan. Darley has been an unused substitute for Rotherham on four occasions.