Cameron Stewart wants Rovers to quickly move on from Saturday's loss when they take on Bolton Wanderers at the Reebok Stadium this evening.
Rovers were on the end of a 3-2 loss to Peterborough United at the weekend, with Stewart making his debut as a second half substitute.
His performance in that game could see a start for the winger against Bolton this evening with the 21-year-old believing that Rovers shouldn't fear the opposition.
"We have to move on from Saturday and concentrate on the next match," said on-loan man.
"Bolton are on a run of form but I'm sure Blackburn, as a squad and as a club, they have no-one to fear in the Championship.
"I wouldn't say going away to Bolton they expect to win, they know that it will be a difficult game and if we play to our full potential then I'm sure we can go and win that game."
After arriving on loan from Hull City until the end of the season only on Friday Stewart is looking forward to getting a run of games under his belt, and his cameo 45 minutes on Saturday has only whetted his appetite for more.
"I was happy to get 45 minutes, to get to know some of the boys and hopefully the crowd could see what I was about," added Stewart.
"I want to be playing games, I want to be playing week-in, week-out and enjoying by football.
"I just hope to play as much as I can. Blackburn is a massive club."
Tickets for this evening's match at Bolton will be on sale cash only from the away turnstiles from 7pm. Supporters should note that numbers are very limited. Prices are £15 for Adults, £5 for Seniors and Under-21s.