Steve Bruce, the Sheffield Wednesday boss, has praised the job Tony Mowbray has done in stabalising Blackburn Rovers.
Mowbray's Rovers team head to Hillsborough this afternoon sitting comfortably in mid-table.
Victory over Wigan Athletic in midweek nudged the Lancashire club, who finished runners up to the Latics in League One last term, up to 16th and ended a seven-match winless run.
"With Tony Mowbray in charge, they are always going to be a good footballing team," said Bruce. "He has done very, very well in his short period of time there.
"He has stabalised the club and he has got a way about him. He has done very, very well.
"They have (Bradley) Dack and (Danny) Graham but he has bought very well. It will be a tough game."
Despite Blackburn's recent slump in form, Bruce is refusing to take them lightly.
"When you see the Championship, you are not surprised that a team can win four or five in a row or that a team can lose four or five," he said. "That is the Championship in my opinion.
"They were going a long very nicely and all of a sudden they have had a bad month.
"They had a good result the other night. In Graham and Dack, they are a handful.
"However, we are playing well ourselves. I'm sure the crowd can play their part too so let's enjoy the occasion."