Rovers manager Darren Ferguson has urged his players to continue their consistency in the final months of the season.
Ferguson’s men sit top of Sky Bet League Two, four points clear of second placed side Plymouth Argyle, with 19 games to go.
Ferguson is happy with where the team are at and wants the side to maintain their momentum.
“We just need to keep ploughing away, keep getting points and see where that takes us,” he said.
“I just want the lads to be consistent, in performances and results, it is normally the team that is the most consistent that wins the league or certainly get promoted.
“I’m delighted at where we are at, 58 points and we are going along very well as we have won our last four games, we feel that we have not faced a team that have really out played us.”
Rovers face Darren Way’s Yeovil Town on Saturday – the Glovers are without a win in seven league outings.
But Ferguson believes that his side are in for a difficult challenge when they visit Huish Park.
“They are pretty solid and it will be a challenge,” he added.
They have a big physical side, so we will have to work hard to try and stop them getting any joy against us, Darren is a good manager and he will have them organised.”