There's not much more to say at the start of this column than what a performance on Saturday, writes Tom Schofield.

Much discussion from the Wednesday end will be of the controversial red card, we’d been much the better side before that though anyway.

What was fantastic to see though was just excellent we were at putting them to the sword.

This was a completely clinical performance and we can be proud.

Lewis Holtby was able to show his class throughout and despite missing out on a goal, Adam Armstrong was superb at leading the line.

It’s no secret that with six games without a win, we have been missing Bradley Dack so Holtby’s performance was all the more pleasing to see.

His two goals were very reminiscent of the Rovers talisman and we are going to need to see much more of that between now and the end of the season.

Holtby isn’t renowned for his goalscoring prowess, but if he continues getting in the positions he did against Sheffield Wednesday then there’s no reason that can’t change.

This Rovers side will create chances, the five goals scored is testament to that and if Dack isn’t there to score, it will be down to the likes of Holtby and Armstrong to carry that burden.

I was also delighted to see Sam Gallagher on the scoresheet, by all accounts he put in a decent performance.

I was critical last week of Mowbray’s decision to continue playing Gallagher out wide, but if we win 5-0 every week then I will quite happily eat my words.

When in this position it’s always good to be proven wrong by the players on the pitch, long may that continue.

What’s important now is that we take confidence from the result and go on another run, here’s hoping that starts against QPR.