Blackburn manager Steve Kean is looking for 'two massive results' after his side's dismal 2-0 defeat at Tottenham.
Rovers remain second-bottom in the Premier League, three points shy of safety with just six available, after goals in either half from Rafael van der Vaart and Kyle Walker.
Blackburn failed to muster a single attempt on or off goal - the first time that has happened in a top-flight match since 2004 - and Kean knows they must produce significantly improved displays against Wigan and Chelsea to have any chance of staying up.
"It's tough but we have to look at the positives. We need two monumental performances and two massive results," he told Sky Sports 1HD.
"We've got Wigan up next, if we beat Wigan we go to Chelsea and we keep going, keep chasing.
"We've had many monumental performances this season. Some really good home wins, some back-to-back clean sheets. We'll probably need that again and I have trust and faith in the lads."
Referring to his side's toothless display going forward, Kean acknowledged he had expected better.
"I think, going forward, we never got our passes off," he said.
"When you don't circulate the ball well enough and don't get quality into the front two, you're not going to ask any questions of the defenders. That's frustrating."