Buoyed by a comprehensive 4-1 thrashing of Premier League Wigan in the Carling Cup in midweek, Ian Holloway's team are still searching for their first league win after four successive draws.
But despite their slow start to the season, Rachubka is convinced the club are poised to "give someone a good thumping soon".
He told the Blackpool Gazette: "The problem is that in the league we've been struggling to convert our possession into goals.
"Hopefully it will click for us and we will give someone a good thumping soon."
"If it happens at the weekend great, because we can then go into the international break on a positive note and somewhere further up the league than where we are now."