Rovers have added to their striking options with the capture of DJ Campbell on a free transfer.
The vastly experienced frontman makes a quick return to Rovers, signing a two-year deal following his release from Queens Park Rangers.
The 31-year-old arrived on loan at Ewood Park towards the end of last term, but his spell was cut short due to a foot injury.
Starting out in non-league, Campbell got his big break in professional football when he signed for Brentford in June 2005. After impressing with the Bees, he was quickly snapped up by the Blues in a £500,000 move to Birmingham City.
By July 2007 the striker was on his way to Leicester City in a £1.6m move, but following the Foxes' relegation he went on loan to both Blackpool and Derby County, before returning to the Seasiders in a permanent deal in August 2010.
After scoring 13 goals in 31 games for Blackpool in the Premier League, QPR secured his services the following summer, but an injury-hit year restricted his appearances.
In October 2012, the forward went on loan to Championship side Ipswich Town, where he quickly rediscovered his goalscoring form, netting 10 times in a 17-match spell.
That record prompted former Rovers manager Michael Appleton to make a move for Campbell in February, with the striker making seven appearances, before returning to Loftus Road in March with a broken bone in his foot.