John Marquis felt a point was the least Rovers deserved after the 1-1 draw with Peterborough United in Sky Bet League One.
The striker opened the scoring at London Road, before Ryan Tafazolli’s leveller earnt Steve Evans’ side a share of the spoils.
He said: “It says a lot that we’ve come to a team that have won five in a row and we’re disappointed with a draw.
“We played really well and I can’t remember them having too many chances, we just needed to get the second goal while we were ahead.
“The keeper made a couple of good saves and we hit a post, we’ve had enough chances but just couldn’t find the finish.”
Rovers were the first team to take points from Peterborough in the 2018/19 campaign, and Marquis believes they can take the positives from that.
He added: “We knew they would show a reaction and they changed their shape at half-time, but we didn’t let it get to us too much.
“We want to improve and keep getting better, we’re never happy with a draw no matter how we play because we all want to win.
“If anything it is a wake-up call for us in terms of how good we are as a team, we’ve played Peterborough and Portsmouth recently and could have won both games.”
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