Date: 6th April 2010 at 9:49am
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Bristol City caretaker manager Keith Millen watched his side pull off another good win at Sheffield Wednesday on Easter Monday, but revealed after the game that he is still not sure whether to apply for the job on a full time basis.

Since Gary Johnson left the club last month, Millen has installed some fight and pride into the side which reached a five game unbeaten run after the win yesterday.

The latest good result would have given Millen`s chances of getting the job permanently a major boost, but he remains undecided.

‘After the five games we’ve had you can’t help but enjoy it,’ Millen said.

‘I am just delighted with the way the lads have worked for me.

‘I am meeting the chairman on Tuesday. The five games looks better on my CV, but I haven’t officially applied for the job yet.

‘I would have to look at all the options available. First of all I have to decide if I apply.

‘If I do apply for it I will have to have a structure on how I think the club should go forward.

‘Five games unbeaten is fantastic but the club do have to make changes in the summer.’