Gary Bowyer believes the performances levels are now bringing the points their play has deserved.
Rovers' 3-1 win over Charlton Athletic on Saturday saw them stretch their unbeaten run to eleven matches, the first time that has been achieved by the club since the Premiership winning 1994-95 season.
Victory at The Valley saw Rovers maintain their play-off chase going into the final week of the season with the manager delighted with how things have gone in the last few weeks of the campaign.
"The performance levels again were exceptional from the players," said Bowyer after Saturday's win.
"The football that we played, on a difficult pitch at times, was very good. We mixed the game up superb.
"Going into the game we said make sure we have no regrets at the end of 90 minutes and we've certainly done that, we've given ourselves something to play for against Wigan.
"We've now just got to concentrate on that game and the level of performance that we produce is important."
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.