Jake Kean wants Rovers to banish the memories of Wednesday night's cup defeat by beating Burnley on Sunday.
The Rovers stopper was bitterly disappointed to crash out of the FA Cup to Millwall in midweek but believes the squad have a great chance to right those wrongs at Ewood against Burnley followed by another Lancashire derby against Blackpool on Good Friday.
"The next two games are massive for us," Kean told Radio Rovers.
"We have Burnley on Sunday and the most important thing is to get three points.
"We need to get the Millwall game out of our system, to move on and concentrate on getting three points against Burnley and then getting three points against Blackpool.
"That is all we have to look forward to, so that is what we have to build on."
Kean believes the Rovers will be fired up and will give their all against the Clarets on Sunday lunchtime.
"There is going to be no lack of passion and no lack of a reaction," added Kean.
"It is a derby game and I'm sure that the lads will go out there and give it their all."
Supporters are reminded that tickets for Sunday's match against Burnley will not be available on the day of the game.
Tickets are on sale to database members with a history of purchasing match tickets, and these will go off sale at the close of play on Saturday.
Prices for the 12.30pm kick-off are from £25 Adults, £17 Seniors and £12 Juniors.
Book online at www.onerovers.co.uk and collect your tickets from the Blackburn End collection point on the day of the game.
Call the ticket office for further information on 0871 222 1444.