The livewire striker is also well aware that teams positioned behind us in the Premiership are poised to capitalise on an any potential slip-up which would surrender ground in the table.
"Exactly," said Robbie. "It is obviously going to be a tough game because they are trying to get into the UEFA Cup spot.
"Blackburn are a good side with some great players so it is bound to be difficult, but it would be nice for us to mark the last game of the season with a win.
"It hasn't been the best of times for us as a team but, hopefully, on Sunday we can go out and get a good result. Then we will look forward to next season and a new start.
"Obviously the lads are gutted about the result last Saturday, it is always hard to come into training after a result like that and be lively but the lads are still going strong.
"We have to keep ourselves going, there is no point in moaning about things - it's gone now, done. We play the last game of the season now, we are looking forward to that, getting a win and then next season."
Robbie Keane says the team must use the final game of the season against Blackburn today as a confidence-building platform for next season.