There are 10 huge games remaining for Rovers this season, the first of which is Blackpool's visit this weekend, and Tony Mowbray says his side are fully focussed on the challenges that lay ahead.
The message from the boss is for his side to keep doing what they've been doing and ensuring the consistency level remains high.
Whilst there was disappointment after the draw with Wigan last weekend, it's worth remembering that Mowbray's men have lost just once in their last 25 games in the league and are currently on a 15-game unbeaten home run.
“I can’t affect the other teams, so why worry about it? The way to do it is to expect they’re going to win and, if they don’t, it’s a bonus," Tony said in honest fashion. "We just have to win as many matches as we can between now and May and see where it takes us.
“The lads are focused and understand what’s at stake. We have to live for matchday and prepare properly, we have to leave no stone unturned and be prepared for whatever the opposition brings.
"We have to understand how we play, take the game to teams and see if they can deal with us. If we can get a positive result, we’ll put it in the bag and move on to the next one. If it’s a negative one, we’ll deal with it quickly.
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