Joshua King is on the hunt for three points on Saturday and doesn't care how as long as they do.
The on-loan striker, who netted his first goal for the club in his last outing at Ewood, is expecting another hard-fought match when Brighton & Hove Albion come to Lancashire, but the Norwegian international knows that only a win will matter for Rovers.
"It is always good to score goals as I'm a striker and it's my job," said King of netting his first goal for the club.
"But we are losing games at the moment and we need to get back into winning form and hopefully that can start against Brighton.
"It isn't going to be easy, they are a tough team, every game is tough in this league, the Championship is a tough league, but if you win a couple of games you can move up a few places.
'So it is very important for us to win against Brighton, to get our confidence back and to climb back up the table.
"It won't be easy but we are working hard in training every day, we are trying to improve in every game so hopefully that will show with three points on Saturday.
"We're at home, we want the three points and the fans want the three points very bad as well.
"If we play good football for the fans to enjoy and we win then that will be great, but just a win would be enough.
"If we work hard, work together and hopefully we'll get the three points."
Tickets for the match against Brighton are on open sale right up until kick-off. Priced from £15 for Adults, from £10 Seniors and from £5 Juniors.