Grant Hanley wants Rovers to take their midweek frustrations out on Brighton this Saturday.
The Rovers captain admitted the players were left gutted after blowing a two-goal lead against Millwall on Tuesday, and to only leave the Den with a point.
Hanley insists spirits are still high as they aim to put the Millwall disappointment behind them, looking to go into the forthcoming international break off the back of another away win.
"Frustration is probably the right word to use," admitted the defender. "We put ourselves in a good position, but we couldn't close the game out. The lads were gutted after Tuesday and rightly so.
"But the good thing about the Championship is there's always a game around the corner so we've to try to make amends.
"We look forward to Brighton on Saturday where the target is to go and get another away three points.
"We've an international break after that so we need to finish on a high. If we go away and get three points then it will have been a good week for us."
Tickets for the Brighton match will go off sale at Ewood at 4.00pm Friday. Prices are £30 for Adults, £22 for Over 65s, £15 for Under 18s and £8 for Under 10s.
After that tickets will be available from the Brighton ticket office on the day of the game but supporters should note that there is a further £1.50 booking fee for all matchday purchases.