Corry Evans has challenged Rovers to put in a performance worthy of the three points when Sheffield Wednesday make the trip to Ewood Park this weekend.
Evans was back in the team for our last outing against Preston North End, playing in the defensive midfield role in a new look 4-1-4-1 formation implemented by boss Tony Mowbray.
He's hoping to continue starting when The Owls head over the Pennines looking to continue this fine form, but Evans is eager to stop Garry Monk's side in their tracks and with it help Rovers return to winning ways.
“We’re all looking forward to getting back playing at home after what’s been a difficult last couple of trips on the road," he admitted to iFollow Rovers.
“We’re disappointed at the moment after watching back the last two games this week. The first half at Birmingham and the second half against Preston weren’t good enough and we’re looking to put that right on Saturday by trying to get the win.
“It’s disappointing to play well in games but not get anything. We need to play well for 90 minutes if we have aspirations of getting out of this league.
“We’ve spoken about it and had meetings about where we can improve, so hopefully it can all come together on Saturday.
“You can talk as much as you want, but it’s about going out there on a Saturday afternoon or a Tuesday night and doing it.
“We’ve had a week to try and put things right in training and I’m sure when the time comes we’ll be ready to make amends for the last couple of results," he added enthusiastically.
“We have two tough games coming up before the next international break and we’d ideally like six points to put us in a relaxed and positive mood going into that two week break."