Hill targeting top-seven finish

Rochdale manager Keith Hill is hoping for a top-seven finish in the 2013/14 League Two campaign.

Last Updated: 18/06/13 at 15:49

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The former Barnsley manager will take charge of his first full season since returning to the club in January but is aware of the quality within the Football League's bottom tier.

"We're hoping for a top-seven finish," Hill told Sky Sports News.

"There are some good sides in the league - Chesterfield, Portsmouth, Fleetwood - and if we finish above those teams we will be successful.

"We're ambitious, we want to match the ambition of the supporters and we are going to try and please everybody."

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