Pedersen confident form will change

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Blackburn Rovers winger Morten Gamst Pedersen is confident the club can return to winning ways after a run of six league games without a win.

Victories over Leyton Orient and Newcastle United, which has put Rovers in the quarter-finals of the Carling Cup, have come amid a winless Barclays Premier League run stretching back to September.

With Blackburn one place off the bottom and a single league win to their name, the pressure from supporters is swelling on manager Steve Kean but Pedersen says the talk in the camp is all about winning.

"All we talk about at the club is winning," he said. "The boss said that we do not talk about drawing or losing.

"All we talk about is winning now and that is the most important thing - getting the three points.

"It is tough and a little bit like being kicked while you are down but we have been working hard to try and bounce back.

"At some point the luck has got to turn for us because it cannot always go against us.

"Hopefully now with the small break for the internationals we can turn the luck for us and hopefully get the small margin going our way and we can get the win."

Morten Gamst Pedersen
Blackburn Rovers
Premier League

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