Matt Kilgallon believes the confidence in the camp is strong as they prepare to take on Queens Park Rangers this evening.
Harry Redknapp's promotion chasers are next up at Ewood Park, but the Rovers defender believes more points can be claimed against the Hoops as they look to stretch their unbeaten run to seven matches.
"In the last six games we are unbeaten and I've never felt that we were going to lose any of those games," Kilgallon told Radio Rovers.
"We've been unlucky with the penalties and that but I've felt so comfortable and again, Ipswich have some good players but I never thought they were going to beat us.
"That is a good thing to have going into these last six games now, we've had a little thing with each other saying lets not be beaten again until the end of the season.
"It is going to be hard but we don't want to be coming into training with the season finished, it isn't fun having nothing to play for.
"So we want to keep this run going and keep our dreams alive to get in the play-offs. It is going to be hard, but if we keep winning and I'm seeing a few teams above us starting to lose a few games, you never know.
"We can't afford to lose a game, we've got to keep picking up points and hopefully the nerves get to them a little bit and we sneak in somehow.
"We know it is going to be hard but we are all in there trying our best."
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