Harrison Biggins insists believing Rovers should have taken more points in the league so far this season means nothing as the hunt for a first win continues.
Rovers were again unfortunate to return from Saturday’s trip to Wrexham empty-handed but another positive performance provided little consolation for midfielder Biggins.
He said: “We can’t keep saying that we deserved something. It’s been seven games now and we’re yet to win in the league, which is really disappointing.
“This is not the way we saw it panning out but we’ve got to come together now and really give it a good go next week.
“A lot of the performances have been positive and there’s been things to take out of them but that’s not what pushes you up the league. It’s the points and the wins that we need.
“We’ve got to cut out the errors that are leading to goals at the minute. It’s got to happen quickly.”
Having come off the bench against Swindon Town the previous week, Biggins returned to the starting XI at Wrexham following a thigh injury.
“It was disappointing to miss a few weeks,” he said. “I think it was four games.
“There’s nothing worse than being sat in the stands watching the lads when you just want to be out there helping them.
“I had 45 minutes last Saturday and then a full game, that’s what I want. I just want to be out there giving everything for the team and hopefully I just keep getting fitter and better.”