Midfielder Craig Conway insists Rovers must block out the defeat to Bolton Wanderers and focus on Saturday's opponents Cardiff City.
A below-par Rovers struggled at the Macron Stadium in Monday's 1-0 defeat, Gary Madine scoring the only goal in the second-half.
Rovers now sit 16th in the Championship table and Conway, who spent three years at Cardiff, insists three points on Saturday is a must.
"I don't think we played anywhere near what we can against Bolton," he said.
"When they scored we started to have a go, but at that point it's probably too little too late.
"As players we need to take responsibility and go and put in a performance on the pitch.
"We've done everything right and prepared right, it was a great chance to go and win, put a marker down and get ourselves back up there towards the play-offs."
"Now, we've got to get on with it now, there are a lot of games coming up, that game against Bolton has gone, we'll learn from it and move on.
"We've got to go to Cardiff and try and win, we try and win every game but more so after two defeats.
"We want to put it right on Saturday, that's the main aim now, we need to try and get a win, nothing less is acceptable."
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