Doncaster boss Sean O'Driscoll hailed his side after beating Rotherham 3-2 in their south Yorkshire derby clash.
O'Driscoll's Rovers are unbeaten in the league during January
"It was a good game with some cracking goals - but you have to credit Rotherham for coming here and having a go," the Rovers manager insisted.
"There's no reason why we can't keep our run going, but football has a habit of proving you wrong."
Meanwhile, Rovers midfielder Antony Griffith, 20, has joined Conference side Stafford on a month's loan.
Griffith made his debut for Stafford in Saturday's 3-1 home defeat by Morecambe.
Rovers have handed new contracts to midfielder Mark Wilson, 27 - who has signed an 18-month deal - and 20-year-old defender Sean McDaid, who has penned an extension until the summer of 2009.