Saturday's goal hero Matt Kilgallon doesn't want the performance against Leicester City to go to waste when they face Watford this evening.
Rovers impressed against the table-topping Foxes last time out, and were more that full value for their point at Ewood Park, Kilgallon's first goal for the club ensuring a share of the spoils.
Now as Rovers travel to Vicarage to take on Watford tonight, the defender knows that the point will count for nothing if they don't perform once more.
"We now don't want to let ourselves down on Tuesday night against Watford," Kilgallon told Radio Rovers.
"We've been saying that we need to go on a run, we've had a good win away at Huddersfield and now a good point at home and we should be full of confidence going there now.
"Lets not ourselves down now, have no regrets. We haven't given up on the play-offs at all, we'll keep going but if it doesn't happen this season then next season we'll have another year, more months together and we'll be some team.
"There are ten games left, thirty points to play for. When you think the season is over the performances drop and you don't do things right. Not one of us has thought that.
"We now go again on Tuesday thinking why not get three points and put pressure on the teams above us.
"We've still got that little carrot above us, we won't stop until it is mathematically impossible."
Tickets for this evening's match against Watford will go off sale at Ewood Park at 12 noon. After that tickets will be available from Vicarage Road from 6.30pm, cash only from the turnstiles.
Prices are £26.00 Adults, £15.00 Seniors over 65 / Students aged 24-20 with valid NUS Card / 16-19 year olds and £10.00 Under 16’s.