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Keep our form going

10 December 2015

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As Rovers look to stretch their unbeaten run to seven matches this Friday night, Grant Hanley has warned that the team can't rest on their laurels and have to continue to put in the hard work.

Following the win over Bristol City last time out, Rovers now tackle Rotherham United under the Ewood Park lights.

The Rovers captain admits that the mood in the camp is high, but knows that they'll have to maintain their performances levels to keep picking up the points.

"It is enjoyable at the minute because we are playing well and getting some good results so long may it continue," said Hanley.

"But we know that we can't rest on our laurels and sit back and think we've cracked it because we've had a couple of good results and played well for a couple of weeks.

"We need to keep working hard and trying to move on, football has a habit of slapping you in the face so we'll keep working hard to improve and get better."

After back-to-back wins on their travels, the team return to Ewood Park, eager to improve their home form.

The Rovers have won just twice on home soil this season, a record that Hanley knows has to improve.

"I think we've played well at home but we haven't got the results we deserved," added the defender.

"We've had a few clean sheets but at the end of the day we've not picked up the results that we should have done.

"We've a couple of home games coming up now so we'll be looking to win them to keep our form going and pick up the results that we need to get us up the league."

Tickets for the match against Rotherham will be on sale until the 7.45pm kick-off, priced from £13 for Adults, from £9 for Seniors and 18-21 year-olds and from just £4 for Juniors aged 17 and under.

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