Blackburn Rovers boss Gary Bowyer believes wins are just around the corner as his side prepare to face Queens Park Rangers on Wednesday night.
The Lancashire outfit are currently without a win in the Championship this term but were unfortunate not to get something from their 2-1 defeat to Fulham last time out, with a Rovers’ goal wrongly ruled out.
Putting away chances has been a sticking point for Bowyer’s side, having only found the back of the net four times in their six league games this season.
However, Bowyer feels wins are on the horizon and if they can take their chances they will be able to put a string of results together and climb the Championship table.
He told the club’s official website: “The way that we finished in the second half against Fulham, the players came in with loads of positives to take into the game on Wednesday.
“Overall we were the dominant team and the feedback that we had, not just from people inside the club, but outside the club about our performance was very good. But we know we’ve got to get a win, it is as simple as that.”
He added: “We’ve created something like 70-odd chances in four games, so we’ve got to keep that belief and that confidence and be a little bit more ruthless and take our chances.”
Rovers are 3.75 to get their first win in the Championship at Loftus Road, with a draw at 3.40 and Rangers at 2.10 to get the three points.