Brian Stock believes Doncaster have turned the corner after securing their first away win in seven months at Peterborough.
Rovers continued their resurgence under Dean Saunders to come from behind to beat Peterborough 2-1 at London Road on Saturday.
Stock believes the away day success will boost their confidence, having picked up seven points from their last three games.
"We knew about the run we'd been on and it's great to put it right and build the confidence," Stock told the club's official website.
"We're delighted with the win and Peterborough will be gutted they came away with nothing, but we're unbeaten in the last three, out of the relegation zone and we have something to take into the international break, which is a massive boost."
Stock scored the equaliser at Peterborough and the 29-year-old revealed he has been encouraged to shoot more.
"The ball just sat up nicely for me and I got my head down and put my foot through it," added Stock.
"People make a point of me shooting more often so I took the opportunity and struck it cleanly. Fortunately it went in and it boosted the team so we could kick on from there."