Callum Brittain is eager to keep building momentum – but says recent results will go out of the window once Rovers step onto the pitch against Swansea.

Jon Dahl Tomasson’s men have won their last three Championship fixtures following Tuesday night’s victory at Millwall.

But Brittain insists they cannot afford to take their foot off the gas when the Swans come to town this weekend.

When asked about the visit of Swansea, he said: “It is just onto the next game. We forget about what we have done and fix into the next game.

“Swansea at home, we need the crowd backing us again and another three points would be lovely.”

The 25-year-old scored the winner at The Den, cutting onto his left foot and beating Bartosz Bialkowski with an emphatic strike.

It was his first goal for Rovers and his first in a competitive fixture since August 2019 when he was playing for MK Dons.

“I was absolutely buzzing to be honest,” Brittain smiled. “As soon as it hit the net, it was a bit of a blur.

“A couple of my best mates were there and my dad was there as well, so it was kind of made for it. I spoke to my little brother and he said to do a roly poly for him!

“I passed one in training, Sam Szmodics screamed for it and I said, ‘I’m not passing it again’. I saw him coming but I chopped and hit it.

“Thankfully, it went in the net. I think I’ve scored more goals with my left foot than my right so maybe I should use it more!”

Brittain has played in a number of different roles at Rovers and is now relishing the challenge of operating in a more advanced role on the right.

“It is like wing-back but just staying high,” the former Barnsley man explained. “I love it.

“I am versatile and can play anywhere the gaffer wants me to play, I will always do a job. I am just glad we got the three points.

“If I can help out with the defensive side as well with James Hill backing me up, then it is good.”

Brittain, Hill and Joe Rankin-Costello all started against the Lions, and Brittain believes they can be effective together.

“It is weird to see three right-backs on the pitch but it feels good,” he continued.

“The first goal was a good combination. The gaffer said if we moved it quick, one or two touches, we would get in behind and create chances.

“I thought we dug deep. The last half hour wasn’t the best we have been this season but that is the character we have shown.

“We leaked a lot of goals in the first few games and I think we have got that character and defensive mindset back. To hold them out, even though our backs were against the wall, it was really good.”