Charlie Mulgrew admits things simply had to improve after half time as he was the hero in earning a point for Rovers against Reading in an enthralling encounter at Ewood Park.
After Jon Dadi Bodvarsson had given the visitors the lead through two close-range finishes, Rovers had it all to do at half time.
But the lads showed character and spirit, and after Mulgrew smashes home a brace of penalties, the hosts searched for more, and can count themselves unfortunate not to have nicked a late winner.
And despite the comeback, the captain was disappointed to only draw against the Royals.
“We’re disappointed with the way we started but there was nothing we could do about it at half time and we had to put a few wrongs right. We showed no fear in the end and gave them problems," the Scot reflected after the game.
"In the end a draw was the fairest result. We’re disappointed not to have won it but we have to move on.
Don't forget, Rovers are back at Ewood on Saturday when Brentford come to East Lancashire in the Championship. You can back the lads by purchasing your tickets for the clash here.