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Important not to get carried away - Raya

14 September 2017

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David Raya insists Rovers won't be getting carried away with their recent run of results.

Having endured a sticky start to life in the third tier of English football with defeats in their opening two matches, Rovers have bounced back with 12 points out of 12 from the following four games.

The keeper believes Rovers now understand what is required to get results in League One, and will be looking to stretch their unbeaten run to five matches with AFC Wimbledon next up at Ewood Park this Saturday.

"The first two games of the season we were getting used to the league and it didn't work out," said the Spaniard.

"But after that we got the first win, and from there we've just been playing our game and getting the results.

"We have to go game-by-game, the next one is this Saturday at home, we need to try to get the three points and then go again.

"It is really important to keep our heads and don't get carried away. We need to do our thing and on Saturday we hope we can get the win.

"We have some very good players up front and we create a lot of chances. If we keep playing like this then the goals will come and we'll be alright."

Tickets for Saturday's match are on open sale priced from just £20 for Adults, from £13 Seniors/18-21yrs, from £7 for Under-18s and from £5 for Under-12s.

Buy online now at, in store at Ewood Park, or via our call centre on 01254 372000.

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