MK Dons assistant manager Karl Robinson told BBC Three Counties Radio:
"The pleasing thing today was that it was a solid, strong performance, and that's the sort of performance that good teams need to put in.
"We had 76% of the possession in the first half, which is frightening.
"It is only going to be increasingly difficult when teams come here because their game plan is going to be defensive. "
Bristol Rovers manager Paul Trollope told BBC Radio Bristol:
"There's a sense of us feeling hard done by. We had a change of system that we took to very well and defensively we seemed to have a good edge to us."
"The fans were terrific today. I think they appreciated that the players played with a pride and a spirit for the shirt."
"We're not panicking. We need a positive and strong mentality to work our way out of it and we will."
"The difference is we were very clinical in the opposition's box and our goals-to-chances ratio was very good. Unfortunately that's not the case at the moment."