Paul Robinson is hoping Blackburn can go unbeaten through their remaining Premier League fixtures.
Rovers have four games to go in their 2009/10 campaign and intend to see them out without suffering any more setbacks.
They enter the final throws of the season on the back of a run which has seen them avoid defeat in each of their last five top flight fixtures.
A top half finish is now a distinct possibility and Robinson is adamant Sam Allardyce's side are capable of prolonging their fine recent record.
The England international keeper told Rovers Radio: "We will do everything that we can to remain unbeaten for the remainder of the campaign.
"We've had a points target set by the manager and, with the run we are on, we want to keep it going.
"We play well at Ewood Park and, after our recent results, people will take us more seriously.
"The pitch hasn't helped a lot of teams coming here this year but it has really helped us.
"Because we trained on it so much in the winter because of the bad weather it is our own fault that it is the way that it is, but it might have played a part with the results we have had at home."
Rovers have lost just two of their 17 league fixtures at Ewood Park this season, and none of their last eight.