After his man-of-the-match performance against Charlton Athletic, Corry Evans is delighted that Rovers have something to play for going into the final game of the season.
The Northern Ireland international put in a dominant display in the centre of midfield as Rovers brushed the Addicks aside with a 3-1 win at The Valley to maintain their promotion push to set up an enticing final day.
"It was very pleasing to come away with the three points away from home," said Evans.
"In the first half it was quite tough, they've obviously had the penalty but Robbo has made a great save to keep us in the lead.
"Then in the second half I thought we showed dominance with the possession we had and the chances we created."
The result sees Rovers three points off the play-offs, with a home game against fellow promotion-chasers Wigan Athletic at Ewood Park this Saturday lunchtime still to come.
"It is great that the season isn't dead for us going into the last game there is still something to play for," said Evans.
"I experienced it last season with Hull, it was a crazy day and it went right down to the wire.
"We've just got to concentrate on ourselves and try and get the three points.
"I think we are playing with confidence and it is showing with our performances.
"If we just cut out the sloppy goals that we've conceded and try and maintain the way we want to play then I think we are looking very well."
It is Kid for a Quid day at Ewood Park for the final game of the season next Saturday lunchtime, kick-off 12.15pm.
Adult prices are from £19, Seniors from £12 and Under-16s from just £1. Book online today at www.onerovers.co.uk.