Rawson frustrated with squandering one of City's better scoring chances, as Jordan Archer palmed away his close-range header...
Centre-half Farrend Rawson was left disappointed after his side fell to a 2-0 loss against visiting side Millwall, with City once again conceding from a set-piece.
The loss means the gap has opened up to eight points between City and safety, with 17 League One fixtures remaining.
Rawson said: “Very frustrating, there was nothing between us. We had possession, most of the shots. But little mistakes and little moments where we should have done better, Millwall came out better off.
“We can all look back and reflect on it, as a team we’ll try and improve it. On a personal note I’m not happy with the first goal, but they are a good set of lads here and we will grind.
“We can’t blame things, we’ve got a job to do. We need to go back to the drawing board.”
Rawson joined City on loan from Derby County in the Jan window, and has made three appearances in the Midlands thus far.
Despite not getting the desired results, the 20-year has said he’s enjoying the step up from 23s football and is beginning to form a good relationship with fellow new boy Nathan Clarke.
He added: “I thought I was unlucky with the header, I got a bit of a push in the back but I should be putting that in to the back of the net. That should be 1-1, but it didn’t go for me.
“Keep working on the basics, and getting behind the Gaffer and his methods. Things will go our way. We 100% believe, we’re never giving up and we’ll fight to the end. If that means we have to grind out one nil’s then so be it, we’re here for the long run.
“It is a massive couple of months for us, some big games. Six pointers. We’ll all knuckle down. I’m enjoying it, just frustrated with how results are going. This club deserves to stay in this league.”