Striker Rudy Gestede wants to put the frustration of only getting a point at the weekend fully behind him by ensuring Rovers claim all three at Rotherham United this Tuesday night.
Gestede's 46th minute header, his fifth goal of the season, inspired a second half comeback against Watford as they rallied to draw 2-2, but the Parisien remained unsatisfied.
With the games coming thick and fast in the Championship, Rovers take on the Millers at the New York Stadium this evening, with Gestede wanting them to take advantage of that.
"It is a big frustration, we gave two goals away in the first half," the 25-year-old told Radio Rovers.
"For me we lost two points, I'm not happy about the draw. At home we should have won this game.
"The positives are that we came back, that shows our character and shows that we never give up.
"We had many chances to score, their keeper made two or three good saves, but sometimes you create a lot but you don't score. We need to be more ruthless sometimes.
"If you want to do something in this league you have to win games. We have another game on Tuesday and now we'll put Watford behind us and look forward.
"Rotherham will be a good game to play, they are a strong team, they have come up from League One so it is going to be a tough hard game."
Tickets for tonight's match will go off sale at Ewood Park at 3.30pm on the day of the game. Advanced prices are £23 for Adults, £13 for Over 60s and Students, £8 for 13-17 year-olds and £6 for Under-12s.
Fans should note that whilst tickets will be on sale at Rotherham there is a £2 increase in prices.