Despite winning their last three league games, boss Tony Mowbray insists his side still have room for improvement.
Ahead of tomorrow night's match at Glanford Park against Scunthorpe, he has stressed there'll be no resting on their laurels after impressive wins over Bradford, MK Dons and Rochdale.
The manager believes his side have the ability to get better, and they'll need to show it against a strong Scunthorpe side who have yet to taste defeat this season.
"I think we should always try and strive to improve and get better," said Mowbray.
"We take them through to the analysis room and go through their clips and show them where they could have done better.
"So we are always trying to improve the young players because if you ever think you are doing well it is the time that you generally get kicked up the backside.
"So the message is to lets face this next hurdle - it is a tough one I have to say - Scunthorpe are unbeaten this season.
"It is never easy to go there, they are very physical, strong, with goal threats all over the pitch.
"They are very strong defensively so it is a tough ask for is, it is a big game, but we'll be ready and focussed and try and find a similar level of performance that we showed at Rochdale."
Tickets for Tuesday's match against Scunthorpe United will be on sale from the ticket office at Ewood Park until 2.30pm on the day of the game, available at the advance price of £22 Adults, £15 Seniors, £15 Students (must produce valid NUS Card), £15 Under 21s. £6 Under 18s and Under 12s Free of charge (Maximum of two per paying adult).
After that fans can pay on the door at Glanford Park - cash only from the away turnstiles. Matchday prices are £25 Adults, £17 Seniors/U21/Students (with valid NUS card), £8 Under 18’s.