Grant Hanley is hoping that Rovers can take advantage of home rule over the next few weeks.
Starting with today's match against Charlton Athletic, Rovers have a run of four consecutive home league games and the Scottish international wants to make them count.
Rovers go into the game against the Addicks off the back of a four-match unbeaten run and Hanley sees the next few games as the perfect opportunity to keep that going.
"We have got four games at home and we'll be looking to take maximum points from all the games," Hanley told Rovers Player.
"Obviously we had that bad run but we've to make sure we keep the momentum going and keep picking up wins and keep on pushing further up the league. Because of that the next four games are massive for us.
"We need to try and keep the run going and build the confidence in which we have done in the last few games, we have picked up points and we have turned things around."
The 21-year-old is eager that with the new manager Michael Appleton taking charge for the first time that it can provide an additional boost amongst the supporters.
"Hopefully that will give the fans a boost and lift us. He knows what he wants to do and the lads know what he is excepting of them, so it’s all positive for the lads."
Tickets for Appleton's first game are on open sale and available right until the 3.00pm kick-off. Prices are from just £15 for Adults, £10 for Seniors and £5 Juniors.