Lewis Travis is backing Rovers to get back on track sooner rather than later, and is targeting the weekend clash against Birmingham City as an opportunity to return to winning ways.
Rovers haven't had the best of times in recent weeks, but Travis insists the team have the quality in the group to turn their fortunes around.
The 21-year-old has been a constant for Rovers since the turn of the year, and knows things can turn around very quickly in football.
“Morale in the dressing room is a little down, but everyone knows we are a good team - the season we have had so far shows that," he said ahead of this weekend's game at St Andrew's.
“We’ll be taking each game as it comes and keep giving our all. Throughout the season we’ve played worse than we have in the last four matches but have won games.
“The performances have been pretty good, but we’ve just come out of the games with the wrong results.
“However, we were all very disappointed with our performance in the first half against Middlesbrough.
“The defeats will come to an end, we just need to take things one game at a time. We see Birmingham as a game we can win. We should have beaten them earlier in the season, but slipped up."