Steve Kean believes that Blackburn can get their season back on track with two upcoming home games.
“We’ve got two home games back to back, we’ve been great at home, and we just need to look forward and focus on ourselves,” Kean said.
“I think all of a sudden the points tally must have came down now, with the results the last couple of weeks, so I think you’ve just got to look after yourself.”
Blackburn are currently sitting at 16th on the Barclays Premier League table, and are just two points from the drop zone. The Rovers’ have not won a match since they beat West Brom 2-0 on January 23rd.
Blackburn’s poor form hit a new low when they lost 2-0 to Everton on the weekend, though Kean argues the game was lost after the Toffees’ first goal.
‘I think we showed intent. We played Ruben Rochina and David Dunn, two offensive players, and you use Martin Ollson’s pace and Brett Emerton’s pace, but I don’t think we got the ball, and it was hard then.
“There were times when maybe Martin and Emerton were running a bit narrow, and we mentioned that, but the wind was taken out of our sales when Everton got their first goal.”