Paul Lambert has insisted that his side will be giving everything they've got in the remaining two games of the season.
On Thursday the Scot announced that he'll be leaving his position as manager once the campaign comes to an end, but he maintains that he'll be treating the matches against Rotherham and Reading no differently.
"I've said to the lads to give it everything that you've got in the last two games," Lambert told Rovers PlayerHD.
"That is all I ask of you for this club, to give it everything you've got, try and win the next two games, and hopefully that is what will happen.
"Their professionalism will see the games through and we'll go and try and win them. We'll prepare them in the right way.
"We'll do everything we can to win them, it won't change my stance on the way we prepare the team and the way we try to look after them and get them going.
"I'll pick a team that I think will go and try and win, that is the way it always has been. I owe it to the football club to go and try and win."
Rovers supporters who haven't yet purchased their tickets for the final away game of the season at Rotherham United should note that there will be no sales on the day.
With the initial 1210 ticket allocation almost snapped up, the club have been given an additional 200 tickets for Saturday's game.
Tickets will be on sale from the Roverstore at Ewood Park until 4pm this Friday for the match at the New York Stadium.
Ticket prices are £23 for Adults, £13 for Seniors 60+ and Students with valid proof of full time education, £8 for Under-18s and £6 for Under-12s.
Places on the club's official away travel are still available, priced at £15 for Adults and £13.50 Concessions.
For further information call the ticket office call centre on 01254 372000.