The on-loan Arsenal midfielder insisted Blues are on course to achieve success through their determination and team spirit.
Former Burton boss Rowett took over last October with the club bottom of the Championship and reeling from an 8-0 defeat to Bournemouth.
But, after guiding them to 10th last season, Blues have won two of their three league games this term ahead of Friday’s visit of Derby.
And Toral, who has scored twice already this season, reckons the club are on the rise.
“Are we on the right track? Of course, the team is working hard every day in training and when the games come we are always confident,” the 20-year-old, who is expected to shrug off a tight hamstring, told the Birmingham Mail.
“We know what we are doing, we want to win games and get into the high positions in the table to do something good this season.
“There is confidence in the squad, the lads are happy. We have won two games already and we want to make it three.
“For me it’s about playing as many times as possible but also about performing well, working hard, helping Birmingham get to a high position in the table and seeing if we can do something special.”