Morten Gamst Pedersen is in a confident frame of mind ahead of Saturday's game with Middlesbrough, of the opinion that Blackburn have turned the corner.
Mark Hughes' side endured a difficult start to the season but boss Mark Hughes always remained confident and as he anticipated, results have improved.
Norway international Pedersen has now echoed the sentiments of his taskmaster, assured that Rovers are now in a winning rhythm and capable of going on a successful run.
While Blackburn's fortunes have taken an upturn in recent weeks, Pedersen too feels that his own displays have improved.
"I feel my performances have gradually been getting better since the first game against Portsmouth," said Pedersen.
"Maybe I needed some games to get back to where I was.
"But, now I've got my first goals of the season, that should give me confidence."