Tosin Adarabioyo says Rovers can't rest on their laurels and must aim to respond from a frustrating run of results.
The defender has appeared only three times so far following his summer loan switch from Premier League champions Manchester City.
The giant centre back returned from injury against Queens Park Rangers before the international break, and is expected to start against Huddersfield Town this weekend following an injury to Darragh Lenihan.
And although he's had a frustrating start to life at Ewood Park because of little niggles, but is eager to make up for lost time, starting from this weekend.
“Injuries are always tough for footballers and I’ve had one or two already this season, but hopefully I can get things going now," he said ahead of the game.
“It’s been an up and down start for us so far, but I feel now the time is to push on and aim for those top spots.
“Everyone was annoyed after the QPR game because we all felt it was a game that we should be winning if we want to get into those play-off spots.
“Everyone knows what the results have been like in recent weeks, but it’s time to move forward now.
“I feel that me and Del [Williams] did well in that game at Fulham together, but it’s up to the gaffer who he picks," he added.
“We’ve had a two week break to work on things and improve, so hopefully we can show that on Saturday.
“Huddersfield still have Premier League players in their side so we know it’ll be a tough game for us.”