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Jason Lowe has insisted that Blackburn’s draw with QPR has increased the side’s confidence, and given hope to Rovers that they can get their season back on track.

Blackburn are currently sitting last in the Barclays Premier League, and have collected just five points from eight matches.

And while the side are hoping they can take at least a point from Champions League contenders Tottenham this weekend, Lowe believes that the strength they showed against QPR will help the side gain the confidence to start winning again.


 

“To get a point away from home, we have to be satisfied, although three is ideally what we would have wanted,” he told the Lancashire Telegraph.

“It is all about momentum, we’ll definitely take a lot of confidence from the draw, especially after the defeat to Manchester City and then the break.

“So to start the campaign again so to speak with a point away from home, we’ll take that.”

Lowe created the equaliser for Chris Samba that took the game to 1-1 and earned Blackburn a much needed point, and the England Under 21 starlet said that while he was pleased to help out, there is more to work on with the forward line.

“I’m happy to claim the assist. It was decided the day before when we were going through the set pieces that I was going to be on them,” he explained.

“I thought Chris was fantastic. I think most of the time the big man won most of the headers, it just didn’t fall to the rest of us to tap it in. That is something we’ll definitely look at.”

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