Ryan Nyambe believes consistency to their form is the key to Rovers getting closer to the play-offs.

The win over Huddersfield Town was just their third in 18 matches and that poor form in 2021 ended any hopes of a top six finish which was the aim at the start of the season, as well an unbeaten January.

Nyambe made the 150th league appearance of his Rovers career and has developed into a key player within the senior squad.

Long unbeaten runs, but also similar sequences without a victory, have been common place during Rovers’ recent seasons, something Nyambe says they must rid themselves of to become a force at the top end of the table.

“If we want to get in the play-offs next season then these sort of runs are something we need to sort out,” he said.

“We can’t go through it again and we need to treat this as a learning experience.

“We have the quality, it’s just about getting that fluency together on a consistent basis.”

Despite putting through his own net in the first half, Nyambe set it was an enjoyable 90 minutes against the Terriers as Rovers ran in five goals en route to victory against the Terriers.

“It felt great out there, it was a good win for us and something that we all needed,” the 23-year-old added.

“It was probably one of our best games of the season.

“We flew in there, the pressing was high, the play was good, overall it was a great game.

“We’ve had to go through a difficult period and it’s been tough, but to get a result like the one at the weekend just makes everyone feel better.

“Everyone knows it’s not been easy for us over recent weeks, but the result at the weekend shows what we can do.”