Steve Kean insists Blackburn will soon see their luck change after witnessing his side's latest capitulation.
Rovers led 3-1 against Norwich before the Canaries scored twice in the final 10 minutes to snatch a dramatic point at Carrow Road.
There was, though, some debate over the validity of the equalising Norwich penalty in stoppage time which, once again, left Kean to wonder what might have been.
But the Rovers boss is feeling positive about the future, despite the Lancashire outfit mustering only six points from their opening 10 fixtures this term.
“We will keep going and take the positives from that. We deserved all three points," he said.
"We played very well against Newcastle, and the Tottenham game and the performances have been good.
“What we have to do now is we have to keep working and hopefully that luck evens itself out.
“It would be worse for us if we hadn’t played well. It was not that and it has never been that. We just have to keep working hard. Our defensive shape has been good and offensively we have always looked like scoring.
“We just have to hope that last minute penalty goes our way or that deflection goes our way. Then you are saying ‘I feel fortunate’ and you feel that has to come.
“I can’t see the players did too much wrong.”