After scoring his first goal of the season on Tuesday night, Matt Kilgallon is eager to back that up with three points at home on Saturday.
The Rovers defender had mixed emotions at St. Andrews, delighted to have got on the scoresheet, but disappointed they didn't come away with all three points.
Kilgallon knows they've dropped too many points this campaign, but has stressed the importance of ending the season well.
"It was something we'd worked on as a set-piece," the defender told Rovers Player.
"I wanted to get across the front man and Craig has put the ball on my head and I just put it in the bottom corner, but we're disappointed that we didn't win to be honest.
"I think we've dropped too many points against teams that aren't as good as us and we need to put that right for next season if we want to be up there.
"It is all about playing for your position for next season now. There are still four games left and we've got a great game against Forest who are a big team and it is always nice to play against them.
"They're tenth and we're ninth, so we want to be finishing above them. They spent a lot of money and it shows how hard the league is, they haven't really done as well as I think they thought.
"We don't want the season to fizzle out, we need to keep going at it. We've got to finish it off right and take confidence from it."
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