Adam Armstrong says confidence is high both on a personal and a team level as Rovers head to Hull City this weekend.
Progress is the Carabao Cup was accomplished in style on Tuesday night's 5-1 win at Carlisle United, with Armstrong and Bradley Dack both bagging braces and Kasey Palmer notching his first goal in Rovers colours.
That result continued Rovers' unbeaten run to three games this season, and now Armstrong wants to make it four, and with it earn the club's first win back in the Championship.
“Confidence is high and I think over the last three games we’ve played some really good football so far this season. It’s one of them where we go into the next game looking for those first three points," the 21-year-old said ahead of the game at the KCOM Stadium.
“I’m coming here to do a job and I’m pleased to have got two goals in the cup earlier in the week, which will only give me a confidence boost.
“We can kick on now and the confidence is really high in the camp ahead of our trip to Hull. We’re looking forward to it.
“The Championship is a hard league. I played against Hull last season and they are a hard side to beat. I think we’re more than capable of beating them.
“Last weekend we played well - particularly in the second half. We used the ball well but couldn’t take our chances. On another day we get the points but it wasn’t to be."
Don't forget, Rovers are back in league action on Saturday at Hull City. You can back the lads by purchasing your tickets here.