New boy Tommie Hoban is convinced the results will start to turn in Rovers' favour.
After making his Rovers debut just 24 hours after joining on loan from Watford, the central defender believes the side can take encouragement from the way they performed against Fulham.
Hoban, who now joins up with the Republic of Ireland Under-21 squad for two forthcoming UEFA qualifiers, knows everyone at the club has to dig deep to get the points to move out of the situation they find themselves in.
"We are very disappointed, it felt like we put in a decent performance there and deserved at least a point.
"Fulham are a good side with good attacking players, and it felt like we contained them and they didn't have too many chances.
"But when the results aren't with you the luck isn't on your side and unfortunately that is how it was.
"But we are getting closer and I'm sure the results will start coming our way and we'll pick up some points.
"It is hard to take but that is football, we've got an experienced squad so we'll have to dig deep and get ourselves out of the situation we find ourselves in.
"We'll try and take the positives from it as we move into the international break and then hopefully come out with a better result against QPR."
The first team are back in action away at QPR after the international break, whilst the development squad take part in the new-look Checkatrade Trophy this Tuesday night at Fulham.
Fans going to see the Under-23s in action can pay on the night at the Highbury Stadium, prices are £20 for Adults, £10 for Seniors and £5 for Under-16s.