Harrison Biggins says there is a determination to restore a level of positivity around Rovers in the final two matches of the season.
Speaking to the media ahead of Saturday’s final home game of the campaign against Colchester United, Biggins discussed his surprise return from injury and why he is optimistic ahead of next season.
Biggins on his swift return from injury:
“I had my operation on March 27 so I’m just about four weeks in now, which is when you should be back from the injury. I’ve just been a bit ahead of that. I never expected to be playing that soon but it was nice to be involved ahead of scheduled.
“I do look after myself as best as I possibly can throughout the season and I’m naturally pretty fit. When I get injured, touch wood I’ve always come back pretty quickly whenever I’ve had anything in the past.
“You have to be so fit to play this game and with the demands of Saturday-Tuesday games, you have to be robust which I have been in the past.”
On the recent run of form:
“We’re in a tough run at the minute, we know we are and we can’t shy away from that. It’s not good enough. But we’ve got two huge games coming up, starting with Colchester on Saturday, where we’re going out there to give our all to get the six points and finish the season on a positive.
“We need a win. We set our sights a lot higher at the start of the season and it’s not played out that way. We’ve got two games now where we’ve got to get some positivity around the place and that only comes with results.”
On optimism for next season:
“There’s always been positivity within the group of players and the staff and there’s a real togetherness. That’s obviously been doubted from the outside but whether it looks that way or not, we are very positive.
“No one likes losing and we’re not happy by any means that we’re in this run of form. But we need to pull together now and make sure we do everything we can to change it.”