Andy Butler felt his side were missing an attacking edge in the defeat to MK Dons in Sky Bet League One.
Daniel Harvie’s second-half goal sealed all three points for the home side at Stadium MK, and Butler was disappointed to take nothing from the game.
He said: “We had a game plan to nullify MK Dons and it worked to an extent but I thought we lacked any real threat in the final third.
“It’s something we’ll address and I think they probably feel the pressure to make something happen rather than doing what comes naturally.
“Results haven’t gone well over the past 12 games but it’s still the same players that got us into a good position before that.”
With another few days before Rovers’ next game against Charlton, Butler says he will work with his team on improving the smaller details.
He added: “We’ve got another few days of preparation before the Charlton game, and we’ll use that to focus on getting the fine margins right.
“I’ve got more than enough confidence in this team that they will find a way through this tough spell because they are all very good players.”