But the stats say different, Rovers have not won in their last ten league games and now sit way to close to the relegation zone for comfort, with just a point keeping their heads above water.
A defeat at home to Manchester City on Monday did not help matters and now they face Bolton at Ewood Park on Saturday knowing that they really must get something from the game.
Kean said: "If we lost two successive home games psychologically it would be very tough for us.
"We have a very good group. They are strong characters. I don't think we will be beaten by Bolton."