Rudy Gestede believes Rovers' last-gasp point away at Ipswich Town last month has proved to be the catalyst for the club's recent run of results.
Ben Marshall's 93rd minute free-kick at Portman Road saw Rovers claim a point against the Suffolk club, and since then they've gone from strength-to-strength.
Gary Bowyer's side followed that up with victory over Birmingham City, before registering impressive back-to-back 3-1 wins over Nottingham Forest and Reading. Results that see Rovers in fine form and confidence heading into Tuesday night's match against Millwall at the Den.
"From Ipswich we start to bring a big confidence and we start to trust each other maybe more than before," the striker told Radio Rovers after the Reading match.
"We've done it today again and hopefully we can keep winning like this.
"It is good for the confidence, we've a tough game on Tuesday against Millwall away, so it is good to have nine points and be on a roll like this.
"The season is long, there are 31 games to play, so we have to keep going and hopefully we can have a good season."
Rovers fans who haven't yet purchased tickets for Tuesday's match against Millwall can do so on the day of the game.
Tickets will go off sale at the Roverstore in Blackburn town centre at 5.30pm this Monday, and at Ewood Park at 11.30am on Tuesday.
After that they'll be available from the North Stand Ticket office at the Den on the evening of the game.
Some 300 tickets have been sold so far as Gary Bowyer's side travel to the capital looking for a fourth consecutive win.