Louis Jones believes Rovers need to stick together if they are to come through a tough run of results in Sky Bet League One.
A 1-0 defeat at MK Dons made it five games without a win, and Jones says they must improve to ensure the end to the campaign is a positive one.
He said: “It was a tough result to take, they created a lot of chances which we dealt with and the goal is unfortunate because it’s taken a touch on the way through.
“We’ve spoken after the game that we need to improve in the final third because I don’t think their keeper had a save to make.
“The things that were coming naturally earlier in the season aren’t coming quite as easily now so we need to work to get that spark back.”
Jones made several first-half saves to keep Rovers level going into half-time, but says it counts for little without a result to show for it.
He added: “Everyone is trying to do their job to the best of their ability, and mine is to keep the ball out of the net.
“You want to do your own job but ultimately it is the end result that counts and that is done with hard work as a team.”