The Millers lead the way in League Two after a stunning start which has yielded three wins and seven goals from a trio of outings, including two away from home.
No other side in the basement division can match United’s 100 per cent winning record but Scott is adamant that there is no chance of the players letting the early season success go to their heads – partly because of the club’s hectic schedule.
He said: “You want to see yourself up there but the games are coming thick and fast and it is sometimes difficult to look even at other results because you are concentrating on videos, DVDs and match reports as well as assessing your squad and injuries.
“When you are playing Saturday-Tuesday-Saturday-Tuesday, your feet don’t touch the ground because you are looking towards the next fixture.
“But, when time settles down you know where you are.”
Scott has no fresh injury news.