Corry Evans says the Championship is as unpredictable as ever ahead of Rovers' clash with Rotherham United on Saturday.
A win against the Millers will earn back-to-back victories for Rovers for only the second time this season.
It will also result in a good position in the league, which could see Tony Mowbray's side in the play-off places heading into the international break.
But Evans is also wary that whilst winning games is a great habit to get into, the pendulum could swing the other way with a sequence of defeats, too.
“The league is so tight at the minute. You check results every week and it’s so unpredictable," the 28-year-old Northern Ireland international said.
"The team that is the most consistent will be up there at the end of the season.
“You can’t just turn up and win. You need to work and fight for every ball, like we do, with that little bit of quality as well.
“You look at QPR and Birmingham and at the start of the season they couldn’t buy a win but they’ve shown how quickly things can chance when you string some results together.
“It’s one of those leagues where you can easily lose five on the bounce or win five on the bounce."
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