Tony Mowbray felt there were plenty of positives to take from Saturday's draw with Norwich City.
Having assessed the weekend point at Carrow Road, the boss saw a lot that was pleasing in the match to give them the confidence going into Tuesday night's match with Fulham.
Mowbray was happy with the desire and determination of the team as his unbeaten start was extended to five matches.
"I think it is right to emphasise the positive stuff from the weekend," said the manager.
"They put a lot of effort into it, they controlled huge spells of the game, but the frustration is that we probably didn't have enough efforts on target. But when you are playing against a lot of men behind the ball because they were down a man it makes it difficult at times, it is not always easy against ten men.
"We eventually did and ultimately the frustration came from being in front with eight minutes to go and not taking all three points.
"But there were lots of positives, it was great to see the desire to keep going, to keep pushing hard to get the goals eventually.
"We'll take those positives into the next game and realise that we can hurt teams, we can score goals, we can move the ball around the pitch, we can be competitive in all games, whatever type it is."
Fans who haven't yet got their tickets for tomorrow's match against Fulham should note that they go off sale at Ewood at 11am on the day of the game.
After that supporters can pay cash only from the away turnstiles at the Putney End from 6.30pm. Whilst ticket collections and duplicate tickets will be available from the Fulham ticket collection booths located to the left of the ticket office on Stevenage Road, also from 6.30pm
Some 500 tickets have been sold to date. Advanced prices are £20 for Adults, £15 for Seniors 65+ and 18-21 year-olds, £10 for fans aged 17 and under.
Matchday prices are £25 for Adults, £20 for Seniors 65+ and 18-21 year-olds, £10 for fans aged 17 and under.