Next match: At home to Reading, May 11
Paul Jewell shrugged off his side's status as the worst team in Premier League history after the defeat at Blackburn and insisted his thoughts have already turned towards next season. The Rams' defeat means they will be unable to match Sunderland's previous worst mark of 15 points, but Jewell admitted he never really believed his side could claim the six points from two games required. Jewell said: "It would have been nice to have got six points from our last two games, but we all know on the form we've shown this season, it wasn't going to happen. The important thing now is trying to build for next season. There has to be a whole culture change. We have to be mentally stronger as well as physically stronger and that's what we have to do between now and June 27."