Rovers head to Bolton Wanderers looking to seize the chance of getting back on track in the Championship straight away in the local derby.
Just 13 miles separate the two towns in what isn't the derby for Rovers fans, but it's still relatively close.
And Williams says there will be a spring in the step of the team as they aim to right the wrongs from Wednesday night's defeat to Sheffield United at Ewood Park.
“You don’t want to dwell on a defeat and the chance has arrived to put things right straight away. It’s a good thing we can move on quickly and we need to put that Sheffield United loss behind us and look ahead to Bolton," the defender said.
“It’s a competitive league and we need to stay positive as we’re in a decent position at the moment. It’s one defeat, so let’s stay positive and look to put on a good performance this weekend.
“It’s just another game, but three points before the international break will push us higher up the table. We’ve shown some good performances this season and we want another one in a fairly local derby.
“Bolton have experience, are strong, have done well this season and it will be a tough game. We’ll be going there to get the three points," Del added.
“We’re going to have defeats, more than we had last season. It’s about bouncing back and Saturday is a good chance to show how far we’ve come by responding in the right manner."