BOSS Henning Berg is not concerned about the start he has made as Rovers boss, despite his side having picked up just five points from five matches heading into tonight’s derby clash with Bolton.

Since the Norwegian was appointed Rovers have won just one match and are still searching for their first clean sheet.

But the Rovers chief is confident his side are close to turning the corner and believes a win over Bolton at Ewood Park tonight, combined with getting injured players back to full fitness, will help to raise spirits at the club.

“I would have been more concerned if the performances had not been good,” said Berg of his five game start to management which has yet to yield a home victory.

“I think we have made improvements during my reign in terms of our play. The first game against Palace was not the way we would like it to be, both in terms of performance and result. Huddersfield away and Birmingham we were playing well without winning games.

“Of course we are looking to improve in the final third and make sure we are winning games that we are dominating football wise. Against Peterborough we did that. The quality in the final third was to a standard and a level to win the game.

“Millwall was a little bit like the Huddersfield game. I think in the second half we were doing quite well without having the quality in the final third to win the game. The biggest difference on that day