Blackburn Rovers go into Saturday’s game against Huddersfield Town looking for their first win in three matches.
Danny Graham has told Blackburn Rovers’ official media channels that the side are “itching to right the wrongs” of their last three matches which has only yielded one point.
Rovers haven’t won since a 2-1 victory over Reading on 21st September and face a Huddersfield side in contrasting form, with seven points from their last possible nine.
Graham, who has featured in ten of Rovers’ matches so far this season, has contributed just a single goal so far this term, back in August in the 1-0 win over Middlesbrough.
Rovers, who will certainly be looking to improve on last season’s 15th place finish will be hoping to get back to winning ways against the Terriers, live on Sky this weekend.
Graham, who is currently in his fourth season at Ewood Park, has been open about the nature of Blackburn’s performance against QPR and how he and his teammates have been feeling since the result.
“We’ve been angry since the QPR game and have wanted another game to come around quickly to be honest,” Graham admitted in a frank interview with the club’s media.
Speaking of how the squad have used the international break Graham said: “It’s given us time to reflect and hopefully we can right the wrongs of that day” he continued by saying “we’ve got to take it as a wake up call as that was a tough one to take coming back on the bus after the game.”
Focusing ahead of Saturday’s match, the former Watford and Swansea man spoke of the team spirit and integrity of the group: “We are an honest group of lads who stick together and hopefully we can move forward on Saturday by getting the result.”
Rovers will be without Greg Cunningham and Darragh Lenihan who both face lengthy lay-offs from injuries sustained during the QPR defeat.
Danny Graham seems defiant in getting his point across to the supporters that himself and his teammates will put right the mistakes of the QPR game and recent results.
Rovers entertain Huddersfield live on Sky and it presents the perfect opportunity for Rovers to demonstrate their character and what intent they have this season by putting on a performance.
The injuries to Lenihan and Cunningham are obviously a massive blow, with the latter likely to be out for a “number of months” due to a torn ACL.
Rovers will be hoping to kick on, on Saturday, with a win potentially moving them into the top half of the table.