RYAN Millar came back to haunt his former club on Sunday, and is delighted to be finding his feet after a stop-start season.

The winger scored two tries in the 30-10 win over former employers Sheffield at the weekend, and said: “It was sweet to do that against my old club, especially off back of that result against them in February.

“It was a game played in horrible conditions, but we were outplayed then, so to hit back, get those tries and cross the whitewash was satisfying.”

Millar finished off a glorious, flowing team move to round off the scoring.

Asked if that showcased just how much flair this Bulls side can show, Millar said: “We changed our start points for this game and worked a bit as a squad on Sheffield’s weaknesses, one of them being their defence on our left side.

“Everyone worked the ball well and you can’t turn down a walk-in try like I ended up having.

“They’re always nice as a winger.”

Millar’s ever-improving link up with Kieran Gill was in evidence on Sunday, with the latter setting up the former’s first try.

Millar said: “Kieran’s a great person to play with and he’s a great lad with experience.

“He gets over himself for tries a lot, but he sets them up too.

“It’s been frustrating with injuries this season and I did have a couple of games on the right, but now I’m back on the left, hopefully we can build on our partnership more in the second half of the season.”

On Bulls’ goals for the rest of 2022, Millar said: “We need consistency. Widnes we were good over the 80 minutes, and the same at Sheffield, except a 10-minute spell maybe where we switched off a bit.

“But in between we had Featherstone, and while that’s always a tough place to go, we let ourselves down.

“So it’s about showing consistency in that second half of the season, and we will achieve the play-offs if we perform like we’ve been working on.”

Millar will want to be more integral as the season goes on, saying: “I was injured at the start of the season, then I had a problem with my knee recently, so I’ve had about seven weeks off in total.

“It’s about getting a few more games under my belt, and building those relationships with Dec (Patton) and Kieran.”

Millar is not upset that Bulls have two weeks until their next game, saying: “You never turn down a weekend off.

“Those three games in nine days were intense and took it out of the boys.

“But we’ll take the momentum from the win over Sheffield into the next game, spend some time with family now, and be raring to go after that.”