lackburn boss Steve Kean and his players have been told results must improve after a meeting with club owners Venky's in India.[LNB] Kean has come under increasing pressure from the Ewood Park supporters after a miserable start to the season which has seen them garner just four points from seven matches.[LNB]The Rovers squad flew out to India during the international break to play a friendly match against Pune, which had originally been scheduled for pre-season, with the club hierarchy taking the opportunity to speak with their staff.[LNB]Co-owner Venkatesh Rao revealed that the meeting had been 'frank and straight' and is confident it can prove to be a turning point in their season.[LNB]Rao said: "Believe me, it was frank and straight and we need results.[LNB]"Everyone is looking forward - from the players to the manager to the owners.[LNB]"I am positive. The luck didn't go for us in the first two games and then we had a wonderful win (against Arsenal) before we were sliding down.[LNB]"Now after this meeting and the team coming especially to India, they have had a refreshing time, and I think they will go with a positive note after this meeting."[LNB]Rao also admitted that the club's current position was difficult to take and has pledged that they will soon give the supporters something to smile about.[LNB]He added: "I would like to assure the fans we are very much concerned about the situation.[LNB]"It is really painful, I know that. It is painful for the owners with what is happening.[LNB]"I would like to be honest - we will show some results and we will produce some results and make our fans happy."