Tony Mowbray hopes Rovers can make the most of Norwich's current sticky spell when the two sides meet at Carrow Road this Saturday afternoon.
Whilst Rovers go into the match off the back of a four-match unbeaten run, the Canaries are winless in their last five outings, and dispensed with the services of manager Alex Neil on Friday evening.
But as much as the Rovers boss feels today's opponents might be suffering from a crisis of confidence, he knows that there is more than enough talent in the Norwich squad to hurt his side.
"I think generally their season hasn't quite taken off," said the manager.
"I know Rovers played them first game and lost quite heavily, I was at Coventry and lost very heavily to them as well in the League Cup.
"They are an exceptionally talented group of footballers and when they were confident and flying at the start of the season it was very difficult to put the brakes on them.
"I think they are obviously not as confident now, I think the results have affected probably their confidence and their belief. I think they are searching a little bit and yet they are a very, very talented group of players.
"I've managed quite a few of them over my career, so lets see what comes, I don't know what team they are going to pick they have a lot of choices and a lot of players to pick from.
"We know it will be a tough game, it is a full house every week at Norwich, but it is a game that we'll go there and try and make life difficult for them, try and frustrate them and try and come away with a result."
Tickets for today's match against Norwich City will be available from the main ticket office at Carrow Road. Cash only, prices are £25 Adults, £15 Seniors 65+, £10 Under 18, £5 Under 12 £5.