Blackburn winger Liam Feeney says new boss Tony Mowbray has made an immediate impact since replacing Owen Coyle at Ewood Park.
Rovers have managed four points from the last six available since Mowbray took charge of the club.
Blackburn remain in the Championship relegation zone although they are level on 33 points with Bristol City in 21st spot and Feeney feels Mowbray can guide them away from danger.
Rovers overcame Derby County 1-0 at home in their previous fixture and Feeney hopes it can be the catalyst for a good run.
He told the Lancashire Telegraph: “He’s very single-minded in his ideas and he’s given us a direction with and without the ball.
It’s early days but we’ve taken it to it quite well and hopefully we can build on it and get some more wins.
“Earlier on in the season we’ve been involved in similar games to this one, but not come away with the result.
“It was good character from the boys and everyone that we managed to get the win and that can only bode well for the future and the games coming up.”
Blackburn host Wigan on Saturday in a crucial clash at the bottom of the Championship, with the Latics one place and two points below Rovers ahead of the meeting.
Blackburn are 2.20 to secure the win, the draw is 3.10 and Wigan are 3.20 to claim all three points.