UWE Rosler is content to play by the numbers as he aims to keep Wigan Athletic on the play-off track.

After seeing his side beaten for only the third time in 24 games under his stewardship at QPR on Tuesday, the German is looking bounce back when his side face Wanderers tomorrow.

Rosler’s Latics have taken an impressive 39 points out of a possible 57 since he took over and claimed his first home win against the Whites.

“The next game is always the most important one,” Rosler said.

“It’s a derby game, at Bolton, and all of our focus is on that.

“We got nothing out of Tuesday night, so to keep up our two-points-per-game ratio we must win at Bolton.

“That is our aim, and that is what I am working towards.”