David Raya says Rovers must treat each of the remaining 13 games of the Championship season as cup finals.
Tony Mowbray's men are in a sticky patch at the moment, but Raya believes Rovers are capable of turning their fortunes around.
There are still 39 points available to be won this term, and the Spanish goalkeeper says Rovers will continue fighting to get into the top six.
“It’s a tough period for us," Raya told iFollow Rovers. "You don’t like losing games, especially four in a row.
“But as soon as we start winning games in a row, like we did in January, we will start climbing the table.
“You never know, there is a lot of games left and a lot of points to play for.
“The main thing is to try and look at the next game and treat things match by match.
“If we are to get in the play-offs, we need to treat every game between now and the end of the season as a cup final. We’ll try and get as many points as we can.
“To push for the play-offs and to perhaps get back into the Premier League, we need to win games, starting with Birmingham.
“It’ll be a tough game. We know how they play and we won’t be giving up on the play-off chase."