"It was a very anxious performance but we are delighted to secure all three points.
"We had enough chances to score the second goal but we learnt from Saturday's mistake and closed the game out.
"I have to give credit to the boys, they worked really hard for each other tonight at both ends of the pitch.
Matty Taylor scored his second goal for the club from the penalty spot this evening and Darrell was pleased with Taylor's overall performance.
"Matty works hard for the team and has to confidence to take the penalty.
"He put it away tonight and it turned out to win us the points.
Rovers remain unbeaten at the Memorial Stadium this season however the manager maintains that it is just 8 games.
"We've played 8 games here and we've won 6 and drawn 2 but it is just 8 games.
Up next for the boys in blue and white is a trip to the Electrical Services Stadium to take on Aldershot where Darrell wants to continue the teams recent away form.
"We are unbeaten in 3 away games and we will be looking to continue that on Saturday.
"We try and win every game, not just our home ones and this weekend will be no different.