Gary Bowyer wants to reward the fans for their support by ending the season with all three points against Ipswich Town this afternoon.
The Rovers boss has been delighted with the backing that he and his side has received thought the campaign and wants to send them off into the summer with a win.
Rovers go into the final game off the back of six-match unbeaten run, something the manager wants to extend going into the summer.
"The support that we've had has been fantastic," said Bowyer.
"The away support that we get is phenomenal, the numbers and the distances that they have to travel. But also at Ewood they've really rallied around us and supported us and we want to try to end the season on a high for them and to continue this run of form that we are in.
"We are six unbeaten and we've got to put on a performance like we did last season at the end against Wigan and win the game in front of our own fans.
"We owe it to the Championship to put a proper performance on because obviously Ipswich can get in the play-offs and they are not going to be coming here to roll over and be part of a David Dunn emotional leaving party.
"I'm really looking forward to the game and the fact that it is on TV just adds a little bit more to it as well. The players that are playing know they are going to be seen on Sky so that adds more to the game."
Tickets for the match this lunchtime will be on open sale up until the 12.15pm kick-off.
Prices are from £21 for Adults, from £13 for Seniors aged 65 and over, from £13 for Students, and from £8 for Juniors aged 16 and under.