Rovers need to start turning their dominance in to points, according to Bradley Dack, who reflected on more dropped points at Ewood.

Dack scored his sixth of the season to put Rovers ahead at the break against Huddersfield Town. But the visitors hit back in the second half to leave with a point as Rovers went a fourth game without a win.

Rovers have now won just two of their opening seven home matches, a record Dack insists they must improve on, with the attacker left disappointed by the way they weren’t able to turn their half-time advantage in to three points.

“We have to make sure that changes and quickly,” the 25-year-old told the Lancashire Telegraph.

“You can’t go through a season playing well for one half, otherwise you’re not going to get anywhere.

“We have to put it all together and do it over 90 minutes.

“The Luton game, Charlton, Forest, Huddersfield, games where we’ve been the better team but little losses of concentration have cost us, not finishing our chances, little things.

“Hopefully there’s little bits of luck in there and we’ll start getting that rub of the green. Our home form has to be better, we know that, we can’t lose the points we have. It feels like a loss the way we’ve played.”

Rovers struggled to create chances in the closing stages, rarely looking like snatching the points late on.

And Dack added: “That’s disappointing for us. The way we played in the first half we expected to kick on in the second half and win the game and score a few goals to go with it.

“The last 20 minutes felt like we were huffing and puffing but not really creating the chances. We have to work and improve on that.

“We have to try and carry on doing what we did in the first half in the second half. It comes down to consistency. It’s something we have to get better.”

A positive from the afternoon was Dack’s link-up with Lewis Holtby who scored, and claimed an assist, on his first start for the club since signing last month.

“He’s been brilliant since he’s come in” Dack said of Holtby.

 “He’s got that calibre having played for Germany, Tottenham, Fulham.

“He’s a good player and he’s got up to speed now, I enjoy playing with him.

“It’s easier to play with good footballers, you can see that with his technical ability and he seems to find the right pass more times than not so hopefully we can continue to work on that and it gets better.

“We got back into it quickly with Lewis’ first goal and myself scoring before half-time which was nice, it shows the character of this team that we can come back from behind.”

Meanwhile, Rovers Under-23s return to Premier League 2 action tonight as they travel to Southampton.

Billy Barr’s side have two wins from their seven matches so far and are level on points with the Saints, sitting ninth and 10th respectively in the standings.

Joe Rankin-Costello, who was on the bench for the first-team in the draw with Huddersfield Town, scored twice for the Under-23s last Thursday as they won their Premier League Cup game against Crystal Palace.

He and John Buckley are unlikely to travel south, and with Charley Doyle, Brad Lyons and Joe Grayson all injured, Barr is likely to be forced to name a much-changed side.