Darren Ferguson will stick to Plan A in the search for a much-needed win.
Rovers host Millwall on Saturday aiming to avoid a fifth straight defeat, fourth successive home loss - and plunging further towards the League One drop zone.
Ferguson is not about to panic though.
“We’ve got to make sure we’re consistent with what we do,” he said.
“I don’t want to start changing loads of things.
“I believe if we stick to what we believe in, we’ll get back to winning ways.
“I’m not with a bunch of players that have gone from really good to really bad. We’re on a bad run, there’s no getting away from that.
“We’ve got a really big game now against Millwall and obviously the home form is something we have to eradicate very quickly.
“I believe if we stick to what we believe in, we’ll get back to winning ways.”
n Sunderland forward Lynden Gooch will remain on loan at Rovers until the end of the season.