With eight games remaining in Rovers' season, Adam Armstrong's hoping the team can earn a little bit of luck and pick up points to finish as high up the table as possible.
The forward, who has eight goals in all competitions this season, believes the international break has allowed Rovers to re-energise ahead of the run in.
The 22-year-old, who signed on a permanent deal in the summer, is targeting a strong finish to the campaign, starting with victory at Aston Villa this weekend.
“We know we’ve been on a bit of a bad run, but it’s about bouncing back and finishing the season strong," he admitted to iFollow Rovers ahead of the trip to Villa Park.
“I think we’ve been playing well, but we’re not getting that bit of luck, that bit of fortune.
“We needed the break. We're raring to go now and are ready to kick on for the remainder of the season.
“We need to finish strong to show how good a season we’ve had. We’ve had a dip in form, but most teams in the Championship have had that," he added.
“We take every game as it comes and we’ll continue to do that. Let’s keep on focussing and try to win the next few games."