Derrick Williams insists Rovers must keep hold of the self-belief to turn around the team's fortunes, starting against Wigan Athletic on Tuesday night.
Williams was back in the side on Saturday against Preston North End, but couldn't stop Rovers from suffering a defeat to Alex Neil's side.
But the left back believes positives can be taken from Rovers' display, with the 26-year-old eager to play his part in turning the tide in Rovers' favour.
“If you look at the stats, we must have had 18 or 20 attempts," the defender told iFollow Rovers ahead of the midweek clash against the Latics.
"There are positives to take, we’re just not getting the breaks, those pieces of luck. Once that changes, we’re not far away from being a very good team.
“It’s just not going our way at the moment, but we need to trust the process, keep believing and eventually things will turn.
“We need to keep doing what we believe in. We need to stay level-headed and stick to the game plan. If we do that then the results will come.
“We’ve had a bad six weeks, but we can still put things right. We want to finish where we deserve to finish, we don’t deserve to finish where we are at the moment.
“Not many teams go up from League One and then make the play-offs. It’s a tough ask, but at the minute we’re a little disappointed with where we are," he added.
“We know we’re good enough to play at this level. Things will change for us, we want to finish five or six places higher, at least."