Dons coach Tony Miller is not losing any sleep about the league table ahead of his side’s trip to Workington Town tomorrow.
His side are level on points with bottom side Barrow - but also just four points adrift of sixth-placed Dewsbury.
But the current standings do not concern Miller.
“At the moment I’m not too concerned with the league table,” said Miller.
“If you pick up a win or two, you can move up four or five places.
“We just need to take points off the clubs around us, and our league position will take care of itself.”
Doncaster beat Workington 26-4 in February - but Miller is expecting a tough afternoon against a side they met three times in Championship One last season.
“The side which makes the least errors on the day will probably come away with the three points,” he said.
“They have some ex-Super League players in their ranks, so they’ll be tough to beat.
“But we know quite a bit about them, we know their biggest threats and they probably know about ours, too.”
n Dons will travel to Swinton Lions in the quarter final of the Northern Rail Cup.