Harrison Reed says one win can change the fortunes for Rovers, with the business end of the season set to begin.
Following a frustrating February, Rovers began March with a narrow defeat away at Rotherham United.
But with a couple of derby clashes coming up in the next two games, with Preston North End and then Wigan Athletic set to visit Ewood Park, Reed's hoping to turn things around and gain momentum ahead of the run in.
“We are alright, we’re training hard trying to put things right," Reed told iFollow Rovers.
“We have been on the wrong end of some tight games, one goal here and there.
“We’re looking to put that right and there’s no better time to put that right than Saturday.
“We’ve been looking at the individual and team errors, what we can improve on. We have watched the videos and now will be looking to do that on the pitch.
“We are positive, working hard on the training pitch and not letting it affect us.”
Reed's been a regular in the Rovers side since arriving on loan from Southampton in the summer, and says parts of this season show that the team can compete and string victories together.
“If you look at the run we had at the start of the year it was brilliant and we looked to kick on from there," the 24-year-old midfielder added.
“We have been on the wrong end of some results and slipped down the table but we’re looking up.
“I think (a win) is coming and that will bring a bit of momentum and move us up the table and then who knows, we could string two or three together and we can move up the table.”