Saturday’s point at Plymouth means Keith Hill’s side are now unbeaten in their last four away games, having also picked up points at Fleetwood Town, Blackpool and AFC Wimbledon in recent weeks.
Speaking after the weekend’s match at Home Park, midfielder Callum Camps told iFollow that he’s pleased with Dale’s upturn in form on the road.
“We’ve started taking more control of games as the season has gone on. We just need to make sure we’re scoring a few more goals and cutting out those small mistakes to start turning draws into wins.
“But a draw away from home is much better than a loss, which we kept getting last year. The boys have done well to get back into the game, so we’re happy with a point in the end today.”
Attention turns to the Emirates FA Cup this week, as Rochdale welcome Bromley to the Crown Oil Arena in the first round of the competition on Saturday, and Camps is looking forward to the tie.
“It’ll be a tough test against a Conference side who’ll be up for it, but we will be as well, so it should be a good game. It’s one we’re looking forward to.
“We’ve got some great memories of the FA Cup over the last few years, and I’ll never forget last year’s goal at Maidstone. Hopefully we can get a good run in the competition this year again.”