Adam Armstrong wants Rovers to keep totting up the points in the Championship starting with a return to domestic action on Saturday.
Nottingham Forest make the trip up to East Lancashire this weekend, with Rovers looking to shake off that Carabao Cup defeat to AFC Bournemouth.
And speaking ahead of our clash against the Reds, Armstrong feels belief is high in the camp, who are getting to grips with life back in the second tier.
Rovers have lost just twice from the opening league and cup games this season.
“In the league, you’ve got to keep ticking them off, keep getting three points. I think we’ve been flying recently and hopefully we can go again on Saturday," the 21-year-old said to iFollow Rovers.
"On paper, this run looked difficult but we’ve come through it well; we can look at Forest now and hopefully beat them.
“When I came in last year, the lads knew they could play in the Championship. We’re flying at the minute and just have to keep going.
"This is a tough league but we have the players to see us through it. We’ve done well so far at home and would like to keep that up, let’s push on now.”
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