Boss Gary Bowyer has praised the time and effort taken by the fans who have followed the club in recent weeks.
More than 800 supporters made the lengthy journey to the south coast on Saturday to see Rovers pick up another point on their travels in a 1-1 draw with Brighton & Hove Albion.
The fans have had to put in some serious mileage following the team in recent weeks, with the manager and players hugely grateful for their efforts.
"It has been a massive effort from everybody, none more-so than our supporters," said Bowyer after Saturday's match.
"To come in their hundreds again - close to a thousand supporters, is a phenomenal effort after travelling to London in midweek and we appreciate their efforts in coming all this way.
"It isn't just Millwall and today at Brighton, they had Ipswich away and they had Forest away, so it is an unbelievable effort.
"The numbers that they have turned up in has been greatly appreciated by the lads, and at the end we really made the point of going over to thank them rather than just waving from near the tunnel.
"We made that effort because we appreciated theirs."
Rovers return to action after the international break when Leeds United are the visitors to Ewood Park on Saturday 22nd November.
Tickets are on sale to Rovers supporters with a database history of purchasing tickets for home league games. Prices are from £21 Adults, £13 for Seniors 65+, £13 for Students, and from £8 for Juniors under 17.
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