Corry Evans believes consistency is the key to Rovers having a successful season.
After claiming their first three points of the season with the win over Charlton Athletic last time out, Rovers now face Hull City at the KC Stadium looking for a first victory on the road.
The Northern Ireland international knows Rovers have been putting in the displays, but the time has come to claim more points.
"In the last few games we have been performing pretty well but we just weren't quite getting the drop of the ball or that bit of luck that we needed until Saturday," said the midfielder.
"So overall it is frustrating but we are just pleased to get that first win now.
"On Saturday against Charlton it clicked for us and it was a pretty comfortable win. So now it would be nice to get back-to-back wins and help ourselves get further up the table.
"I've always said that the teams that find consistency in this league always end up at the right end of the table as it is such a level playing field and that any team can beat anyone.
"You just need to make sure that you turn up and perform every single week, and if you do that you'll find yourself working your way up slowly."
Evans returns to face former club Hull City for the first time this weekend with fond memories of his time at the KC Stadium.
The midfielder spent two-and-a-half years with the Tigers before joining Rovers in August 2013.
"I enjoyed my time at Hull and I had good support from their fans when I was there, so I'm looking forward to going back, it will be the first time," he added.
"They still have a very good squad from their relegation, they haven't lost too many and they've managed to add to that with a few very good additions.
"They've good manager, an experienced manager, and I'm sure they'll be expecting to be promoted this season either through the play-offs or automatically."
Blackburn Rovers supporters should note that tickets for Saturday's match against Hull City will not be available on the day of the game.
Fans who wish to purchase tickets for this weekend match at the KC Stadium have until 4.30pm on Friday to get them from the Roverstore at Ewood Park.
Some 750 tickets have been sold to date for the game against Steve Bruce's side, they are priced at £27 for Adults, £18 for Seniors aged 65 & over, £18 for 19–22 year-olds, £15 for Juniors aged 13-18 and £9 for those aged 12 and under.
Book online today at www.eticketing.co.uk/onerovers or for further information call the ticket office on 01254 372000.