Tony Mowbray feels his side need to make their dominance count after leaving Cardiff City with a 2-2 draw.

They did so courtesy of two Adam Armstrong goals, including a last minute equaliser, his 22nd of the season staving off what would have been a 10th defeat in 15 matches.

Armstrong had equalised at the end of the first half, but goals from Will Vaulks and Joe Ralls looked set to see them to another defeat, despite a much-improved second half display where they were denied by the woodwork on three occasions.

Sam Gallagher and Bradley Johnson both hit the post, while Barry Douglas rattled the crossbar from a free kick, moments before Ralls put the Bluebirds back infront.

The draw means Rovers have taken eight points from the last 45 available, and while Mowbray feels they need to become more clinical, he believes there were positives to take from the Cardiff City Stadium display.

He said: “The team believe we have to win these games, it’s not just this game, it’s been in this recent run about half of them.

“We've been pretty dominant in most of the games but without Armstrong we've not been able to score. Thankfully Adam was back to what we know he can do.

“With 20 shots you have to score more goals and win these games. We didn’t lose, they showed spirit, they showed character, and we’ll try and find the positives, we didn’t accept defeat after the ridiculous goal we gave away.

“There’s positives to be found and we’ll grab them and move onto the next one.”

Substitute Ralls scored within seconds of Rovers hitting the crossbar, leaving them 20 minutes to find a second equaliser which they grabbed in the final seconds through top scorer Armstrong.

Mowbray added: “It’s pretty typical, we tend to like going behind, that’s a common theme of going a goal down and it’s pretty tough to win football matches when you go a goal down.

“I think it would have been harsh on us to lose that game but we scored a late goal, we could have scored more goals, should have scored more, but we’ll move onto the next game.”