Paul Lambert has vowed that Rovers will go all out for all three points against Bristol City on Saturday.
Unbeaten in the two matches under the new boss, the team can travel with confidence for the Ashton Gate clash.
And whilst Lambert knows that newly-promoted Bristol will pose a stern test, he insits it is up to Rovers to impose themselves as they did in the games against Preston and Sheffield Wednesday.
"The hard thing about the Championship is that everybody is capable of beating everybody," said the Scot.
"Bristol City bid £6m for the lad that is at Crystal Palace so it just shows you that it is not an easy division.
"But we'll go down there on the front foot, we aren't going to go there and sit and wait for a draw.
"We'll do what we've done in the last two games, we'll get on the front foot and we'll play high tempo and we'll try and win the game.
"The good thing for the supporters who are going to the game is the good news that has happend with the embargo being lifted, that will be a big thing.
"The allocation has almost sold out so that shows the support that we've got behind us."
Just a handful of tickets remain for Saturday's match against Bristol City with tickets going off sale at the Roverstore at 4.00pm this Friday. Fans are reminded that there are no sales on the day.
Prices are £25 for Adults, £22 for Seniors aged 65 and over, £20 for Under 22s, £17 for Under 19s and £13 for Under 12s.
For further information call the ticket office on 01254 372000.