He also believes in the Easter Bunny.
Saturday’s defeat at the hands of Tottenham leaves Rovers with just five points from nine games, that’s relegation form no-matter who’s eyes you look at it through. Except, it seems, Venkys.
"You hope that you can turn around people who have got a little bit of negativity and want to have a go," Kean said.
"We didn't turn them around with the result, but hopefully they can see that we have gone up against a team like Tottenham and dealt with them well. I thought we minimised them."
The 44-year-old added: "Obviously they would have some chances and they were very good on the break, but I think it was on the break.for us to control as much possession as we did and create that many chances, I think we have got to give ourselves a pat on the back."