Darren Ferguson praised his side’s reaction after Good Friday’s 1-1 draw at Colchester United.
Rovers were below their best in the opening half, although Mathieu Baudry’s header ensured they went in level at the interval, but the showing in the second period left Ferguson feeling his side could have claimed victory.
He said: “I’m disappointed we didn’t win it in the end, we were the team in the ascendancy. In the second half I thought we were very good.
“If we’d played like that in the first half we’d probably have won the game comfortably. You have to give credit to Colchester, though, we knew they’d start the game lively and knew they would press.”
With second-placed Plymouth Argyle drawing with third-placed Portsmouth by the same scoreline, the point keeps Rovers six points clear a the top with four games to go.
Ferguson added: “We had a lot of chances to win it, but they’ve got it going at the moment with the second best home record in the league.
“I’m looking at League One now, promotion is done. I want to go unbeaten until the end of the season and win the title.”
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