"Whilst I'm here I will try to put out a team that wins games, entertains and gives supporters a really good time," says Tony Mowbray after another good away day for Rovers fans.
The manager and his team are making a habit of producing the goods on the road and the same goes for his blue and white army after another sell out trip.
A whopping 2,217 supporters made the trip to the seaside on a chilly night in Blackpool and Mowbray was delighted to make it another memorable night for the Rovers fans.
"It's a great night for the fans who once again travelled in huge numbers," Tony said after the game.
"It was a good game for the fans to watch, we managed to give them some goals and they head home happy.
"Our job as a football club is to make football enjoyable for the people who pay good money to watch their team.
"Long after I've gone people will still be supporting the club. Whilst I'm here I will try to put out a team that wins games, entertains and gives supporters a really good time, particularly in this league.
"It becomes more difficult in the league above when teams pay £10m or £15m but teams like Sheffield United show that hard work and organisation can take you a long way."
The team - and the boss - will be hoping to put on another display in the FA Cup at Ewood Park on Sunday and tickets still remain available for the clash.