ROTHERHAM United boss Mick Harford will be keeping an eye on Accrington Stanley's FA Cup result against Worcester City tomorrow (Saturday).
Harford's side go into the hat for the first-round draw on Saturday tea-time and the Millers' manager admits that if Accrington go through he doesn't want to play them again.
The League One side squeezed past Stanley on penalties in the LDV Vans Trophy at Millmoor on Tuesday night with Harford piling the praise on John Coleman's men and tipping them for promotion success. He said: "The best team lost on the night.
"They played the better football with more passion and desire. Every time they went forward they looked as though they would score.
"They should have won the game over the 90 minutes and we were lucky to get out of jail."
The former England striker added: "Accrington were a credit to the Conference and if they keep playing like that they could be in the league next year.
"They are a decent little outfit and I hope we don't get them in the Cup."