Club captain Charlie Mulgrew insists it's important that Rovers focus on the game ahead and not any potential implications from the result, when Wigan Athletic visit Ewood Park on Sunday.
Mulgrew's delighted with the side's current run of form, but says it's important Rovers keep their feet on the ground ahead of a huge final 11 games of the season.
Since his return from an ankle injury, the experienced skipper has led Rovers to four consecutive wins in the league and he's content with how things are going right now.
“We’ve picked up a good few results but we’re not going to get carried away with ourselves. We’re happy with the way things are going, but although it’s an old cliche, the next game is the biggest."
Wigan sit six points behind Rovers in third place in League One, albeit with four games in hand on Tony Mowbray's table-toppers.
And Mulgrew adds that a top-of-the-table clash is something he and the squad will relish ahead of Sunday's showdown.
Can Rovers make it five wins on the spin when Wigan come to Ewood Park on Sunday for the mouthwatering top-of-the-table battle? Come and see for yourself! Ticket remain for the game and you can purchase yours by clicking here.