Blackburn chairman John Williams has set the team a target of nine wins to save their season.
Manager Paul Ince has come under increasing pressure of late as speculation about his future continues to dog the former MK Dons boss. And his position is bound to be a subject for discussion at Tuesday's monthly board meeting.
"We have 22 games left and the sooner we start picking up the wins the better the situation will look," Williams told the Lancashire Evening Telegraph. "The longer we go without a win the more difficult it becomes for us to get those wins we need."
He added: "The players and the manager believe our fortunes will change once we get that first win, but we all know we need that win quickly."
Rovers are currently second-bottom of the Barclays Premier League having failed to win in 10 matches.
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