Steve Evans told Millwall striker Lee Gregory to "look forward to League One" after Rotherham secured their Sky Bet Championship survival and sent the Lions and Wigan down.
The Millers, deducted three points by the Football League for fielding an ineligible player, beat Reading 2-1 on Tuesday night in their game in hand to book their place in the Championship for a second season.
South-Yorkshire born Gregory had said he "(hoped) Rotherham bottle it" in their final two games of the season, which would have allowed his side the chance to stay up.
And Rotherham manager Evans was quick to remember those comments in the aftermath of his side's victory.
In a live interview with BBC Radio Sheffield shortly after full-time the Scot said: "A Millwall player said we've not got bottle. I've got 12 bottles of pink finest Champagne and we'll be drinking them for about a week.
"Look forward to League One, son, and keep your trap shut."
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The Independent Police Complaints Commission said allegations against police range from 'neglect of duty' to suggestions of 'corrupt relationships between police officers and offenders' amid its investigation of South Yorkshire Police's handling of child sexual exploitation in Rotherham.
The IPCC statement said: "Work to establish the identity of the unknown officers and to identify any links between the different complaints and incidents is ongoing.
"The allegations range from neglect of duty by failing to adequately investigate on the basis of intelligence or to deal with incidents appropriately, inappropriate comments and suggestions of corrupt relationships between police officers and offenders."
The Independent Police Complaints Commission said more than 100 allegations against 42 named police officers have been made to IPCC investigators investigating South Yorkshire Police's handling of child sexual exploitation in Rotherham.
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Ukip leader Nigel Farage was forced to withdraw from a public event in Rotherham today after crowds of protesters gathered outside the party's new office.
Despite the demonstrations, Mr Farage said Rotherham was a "key national target" for the party in May's General Election.
The party said the timing of the visit, just two days after a damning report into the Rotherham abuse scandal , was purely coincidental.
ITV News Correspondent Damon Green reports
A South Yorkshire Police officer understood to be under investigation over the Rotherham child sex abuse scandal has died after a car crash, the force said.
PC Hassan Ali, aged 44, was off-duty and on-foot when he was hit on Staniforth Road, Sheffield, on Wednesday night.
Ch Cons David Crompton said he died in the early hours of this morning, with his family by his bedside.
All of our thoughts are with Hassan’s family and on behalf of the force I would like to offer my sincere condolences at this incredibly difficult time.
PC Ali was a well-liked officer whose colleagues are devastated by what has happened.
It is understood that complaints had been made about PC Ali in relation to revelations that hundreds of children had been sexual exploitated in Rotherham, and he was under investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).
Breastfeeding mothers are among the anti-Ukip demonstrators gathered outside the party's campaign office in Rotherham.
Ukip leader Nigel Farage came under fire in December after he said that mothers breastfeeding their babies should "perhaps sit in the corner".
Nigel Farage denied he has been exploiting the Rotherham abuse scandal for political gain after he was forced to cancel an appearance in the city due to crowds of protesters.
Farage said Ukip was "the one party that's warned consistently against division within society and multiculturalism".
"We want interculturalism. We've got different religions and faiths but we have to mix together and we have to live under one law," he continued.
"So I think to accuse us of exploiting it is not fair. We have warned for years that things have been going wrong with increasing divisions within society."
Ukip leader Nigel Farage has abandoned a public appearance in Rotherham after crowds of protesters gathered outside his party's local office.
Farage was due to cut the ribbon on the campaign office of Ukip's general election candidate Jane Collins, but his team said he was not coming out on police advice.