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Confidence and self-belief

14 December 2015

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Jason Steele believes the confidence is flowing through the camp ahead of this evening's Ewood clash with Nottingham Forest.

Rovers go into tonight's game against looking to make it a hat-trick of victories after triumphs over Bristol City and Rotherham United.

The Ewood goalkeeper feels the hard work demanded by new boss Paul Lambert is starting to pay off as they look to further close the gap between themselves and the top six.

"Everybody at this football club is looking up now and that is where it should be looking," Steele told Radio Rovers.

"We've another massive game on Monday and we can pretty much bring ourselves right back in it again.

"We are stepping out on the pitch believing ourselves and I think when you are confident that is half the battle in football, having the confidence and self-belief.

"We are a group of lads that have always worked hard for each other and we are demanding of each other to win games. I don't think many teams will be wanting to play us at the minute.

"A lot of credit has to got to the new gaffer, he has come in and demanded it. We've got to look forward to Monday now and kick on."

Tickets for tonight's match are on sale right up to the 7.45pm kick-off, priced from £18 for Adults, from £12 Seniors/18-21yrs and from £7 for Juniors aged 17 and under.

Why not avoid the matchday queues and order your tickets online at and collect from Roverstore collection point.

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