Gary Bowyer knows that Saturday's match against Wolverhampton Wanderers will be yet another stern test for his side.
Rovers may be taking on newly promoted opposition, but with the start to the season that Wolves have made, Bowyer is expecting a difficult match once more.
The Lancashire club go into the game in good heart following last Saturday's win over AFC Bournemouth at Ewood Park, looking to show the same form against a side that have defeated Norwich City, Fulham and Cardiff City.
"We've got to take the positives out of a very good win against a very good Bournemouth side into the game on Saturday," said Bowyer.
"Molineux has always been a difficult place to go and it will be no different on this occasion. We have to look to do the job properly.
"I think Kenny Jacket is a fantastic manager and it didn't surprise me at all that he got them up, and with such ease, last season.
"He's invested well in the squad, made his stance with the ones that he didn't want and they've kicked on and started the season well.
"They've beaten the three teams who got relegated from the Premier League last season so they've made a terrific start. It certainly won't be an easy match for us."
Supporters are reminded that there are no sales on the day at Molineux on Saturday so advance purchase is necessary. Tickets go off sale at Ewood at 4pm Friday.
Prices for the Wolves match are £27 Adults, £15 Seniors/u21s, £12 u17s and £10 u10s.