Bradley Dack says a strong end to the campaign will ensure Rovers hit the ground running when next season comes around.
Rovers have hit a sticky patch in recent weeks, with the latest result being a narrow defeat at Aston Villa on Saturday afternoon.
It's been a tough time for Tony Mowbray's squad, but Dack's adament that turning the tide now will benefit the team in the long run, with the 25-year-old already having one eye on next season.
"It's all about habits. Losing is a habit and winning is a habit," he admitted to iFollow Rovers.
"So we need to make sure we break this now in the last seven games, then have a good pre-season, then hopefully try and carry on that good form into the start of next season.
"We're still a young team, it's our first season back in the Championship, it's my first season in the Championship, so we're still learning and spells like this make you stronger and makes you realise that you don't want it to go on again, so lots of learning curves.
"No-one likes to lose games and when you lose games consecutively it feels even worse. You start thinking 'where is our next win going to come from?'
"We've got a lot of characters in that changing room, and the staff as well, who have been brilliant, so we've just got to make sure we get ourselves out of it and I believe in that squad that we can."