And Harris, who was in control of the side after boss John Still was taken ill on Friday night, said: "We'll play worse and win games. We have 16 games to go and if we can win 10 of them we'll still have a good chance of getting into the play-offs.
"The scoreline is a bit harsh on us and they scored the third when we were pushing everyone up looking for an equaliser. Up until the last 15 minutes we were fairly in control.
"Rochdale are a good side and their front two are dangerous, but I felt we coped with them well and our goalkeeper hasn't had much to do."