Samba tells Rovers to keep focus

06 March 2009 01:00
Rovers have improved considerably since Sam Allardyce was appointed as manager but they remain in the drop zone.[LNB]The bottom half of the Premier League table is still very congested, with Rovers just six points behind 11th-placed Bolton.[LNB]Samba realises the situation could change very quickly but he does not think Blackburn can rely on others to drop points.[LNB]"It is pretty tight at the moment, since last week the other results have not been in our favour," the defender told the club's official website.[LNB]"But we have to concentrate on ourselves, we have a game in hand and we have to get something out of this game.[LNB]"The league is really tight, just one win can take you five places up the table. We just have to concentrate now and the Fulham game will be a very important game for us."[LNB]Blackburn's clash with Fulham was initially scheduled to take place in January but a frozen pitch at Craven Cottage forced it to be postponed.[LNB]The sides will now look horns on Wednesday and Samba is looking to pick up three points.[LNB]He said: "It is our game in hand and we hope we concentrate and that we go there with real hunger.[LNB]"We have one week to get ready for the game at Fulham, we have to do the right things and we will get out of the bottom three.[LNB]"I think it will be a hard finish, we will do everything we can to get out. [LNB]"I think four or five wins will be enough for us and I am confident we can get them."[LNB][LNB] Prem Relegation 2008/09 Win Outright: Blackburn 9/2[LNB] 

Source: Team_Talk