While Kean admits his employers are "concerned", he already has plans to bolster the squad early in the January transfer window.
"We spoke for 45 minutes and had a good conversation," Kean said of the meeting. "We have spoken about new players that are going to be coming in during the window.
"I think in the position we are in,
and we are losing bodies,
it is important we are active now so that as soon as the window opens, not near the end of it, we can get some players in."
Although Blackburn are one place and one point ahead of Bolton, Kean insists he is coping with the pressure that comes with a relegation fight.
"You have to handle it; it's part of the job," he said. "When you win games and get pats on the back, you take that with a pinch of salt. When you lose one, you just have to prepare for the next one.
"I'm not trying to pretend I don't understand the magnitude of this game but, when I go into the changing room and get out on the training ground, players are behind what we're trying to do.
“Steve Kean pinpointed the last five games to earn enough points for Blackburn to get out of trouble. They took just four points from a possible 15 against Wigan, Stoke, Sunderland, Swansea and West Brom - and were knocked out of the League Cup by Cardiff. The stats don't lie. If performances and results don't improve soon, Rovers and Kean will face a massive task to survive”
Andy BayesBBC Radio Lancashire
"I'd ask the fans to stick with us for a game as important as this. When we scored [against West Brom] they were with us when the momentum changed.
"We had a late goal against us and we're all disappointed but, if they can stick with us, it can make a massive difference."
Bolton's 2-0 defeat to Fulham
on Saturday was their fifth in succession, and there have been suggestions that the losing manager on Tuesday will be sacked.
While Bolton boss Owen Coyle is under no illusions over the importance of the game, he insisted: "It doesn't faze me.
"Have your opinion; call it any way you like. We all have jobs to do and as long as no-one gets personal about anyone at my club we will not have a problem about that.
"But what I do know is by going and winning points you can turn that opinion very quickly.
"It is fair to say it is a huge game. Because of the circumstances of both clubs there is no doubt this is the biggest game of the season - absolutely."
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