LOAN gem Paul Rachubka believes Town will be "firing on all cylinders" when Mansfield come to the McAlpine on Saturday.
The 22-year-old Charlton stopper is fast starting to rival Steve Harper as Town's best loan keeper and is thriving on the pressure of the promotion race.
Rachubka will be hunting a seventh clean sheet in 12 matches for the club against Keith Curle's side who, in turn, need points to try and secure a play-off spot.
"I feel we can win every match we play, so bring on Mansfield," said Rachubka, who made top-class saves to deny Northampton and Hull.
"While a draw was probably a fair result on Saturday, I came away feeling we could have nicked it and like we'd lost two points rather than gained one.
"I suppose that's a measure of how far we've come in a short time and I just can't wait to get cracking against Mansfield.
"We've all had a couple of days to rest and now we've got a full week to build-up, so we'll be firing on all cylinders come the game.
"As young lads we are all learning very quickly and proving ourselves in some pressure situations, but we know that promotion is now very much within our grasp and we know what's needed to achieve it."
Manager Peter Jackson met with Ken Davy and the board early today before taking charge of training.
Town are NOT due any cash from Blackburn because £1.25m Jon Stead has helped keep them in the Premiership with five goals in 10 outings.
The McAlpine club will pick up a six-figure add-on should Blackburn finish in the top half of the top flight table at any time in the next four years.
The second instalment of Stead's main transfer fee (there is a 17.5% sell-on clause) will be due at the start of next season, six months after his successful move.
Town will also collect a significant payment when Stead reaches 25 appearances for the Ewood Park club.