Blackburn midfielder David Dunn is convinced the club have a bright future and is anxious for the next game.
Rovers are facing a battle for Barclays Premier League survival after last week's draw with Blackpool left them just a point above the relegation zone.
Veteran Dunn, 31, said: "With the international week it gives us a little bit of time to get a few players back on the pitch but after last week's game we could have done with a fixture this Saturday.
"Junior Hoilett, Phil Jones, Grant Hanley, Jason Lowe - we have a few good young players who have come through in the last couple of years.
"With that blend, with a few of the older lads, the clubs looks healthy but our first priority is keeping us in the Premier League and then hopefully we can build on it next season."