Blackburn Rovers want to put on a show against Stoke City on Wednesday night.
The Lancashire outfit have lost just one of their last eight games in the league and will play host to an unpredictable Stoke side this week.
Disappointing defeats against QPR and Preston were sandwiched between victories over Charlton and Cardiff City for the Potters who continues to distance themselves from the botom three.
Saturday saw Blackburn surrender a two goal lead to share the points with promotion challengers Brentford after a controversial penalty decision allowed Said Benrahama to level from the spot.
But Rovers are out to bounce back and, according to former Newcastle United striker Adam Armstrong, will look to use back-to-back home games against Stoke and Swansea to send a message to the rest of the division that they are real play-off contenders.
“We knew we had two home games coming up, so getting something our of the Brentford game would have been huge for us,” he said, speaking to Rovers.co.uk.
“We have to keep going. It’s frustrating when silly decisions go against you, but it’s the job of the referee to make the right calls.
“We know how good we are at home, so let’s see if we can put on a performance at Ewood in the next two games.”