Tony Mowbray has urged his players not to dwell on last weekend's home defeat to AFC Wimbledon.
The boss is keen for his players to reproduce the level of performance shown in recent away displays when the side travel to high flying Shrewsbury Town tomorrow.
"I've got no fears that we'll show the right response," the boss told iFollow Rovers. "I think the group are focussed.
"I think last weekend wasn't due to any lack of application to get the job done. I think the game just ran the way it did.
"I thought we looked confident and comfortable and on the front foot in the first ten minutes when we could have scored a goal or two. But they just made it really difficult when they did score, really difficult to break them down.
"Having watched it back, there was two, possible three really good opportunities for us to score, proper chances that should have been in the net really.
"So we have to accept that there are going to be games like that, take the confidence from our away form particularly at this moment and be looking to go to Shrewsbury to put on a performance that can try and get us three points."
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