Adam Armstrong wants to see an improvement in Rovers' form and has set his sights on making March a magnificent month.
A superb January saw Armstrong pick up the Sky Bet Player of the Month award after Rovers won every game in the opening month.
Tony Mowbray picked up the Manager of the Month prize in that month before disappointing form made it a frustrating February.
However, ahead of the run in, which sees Rovers tackle five games in month three of 2019, Armstrong is hoping Rovers can get back on track.
“I thought we performed well last week and I think we probably deserved the win in the end after a good second half display," the attacker said when reflecting on the draw at Birmingham City last time out.
“We need to start picking things up. We want to push on and finish the season on a high.
“Anyone can beat anyone in this league so we know we have to be on our game.
“Everyone is disappointed when you don’t play, but I completely respect any manager’s decision to not play a certain player," he added when looking back on his past as a substitute at St Andrew's.
“Hopefully, if selected, I will be back in the starting line up against Rotherham United on Saturday.
“We have to push on now. I think we have 12 games left, so the aim for us is to win every single one of them to finish as high up the table as possible."