Tony Mowbray believes his side can look forward to the two forthcoming away fixtures with confidence.
After three consecutive home games in which Rovers collected seven points out of a possible nine, they are back on the road this week with two tough matches on their travels.
They start this Saturday with a trip to Norwich City before facing Fulham at Craven Cottage on Tuesday.
"After the way we played against Cardiff we feel it should have been nine from nine," said the Rovers boss.
"But I think before we kicked a ball we'd have all taken seven points from nine.
"Now we face two really tough away games, Norwich have had a sticky spell, then we play Fulham, one of the better footballing teams in the league, who will ask lots of questions of us.
"I've told the players to look forward to these games coming up, lets go and see how resilient we can be and lets see if we can ask questions of them on the transition and counter-attack and lets see if we can get some points away from home as well."
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