Tommy Spurr was delighted to see the side end the season so strongly, even though he was unable to play a part.
The full back missed the last three games of the season with a niggling groin injury, but whilst it was frustrating personally, Spurr was happy to see Rovers do so well.
Speaking to Radio Rovers, the defender said: "I felt like i was in a nice comfortable playing rhythm so to miss the last three games when we were pushing towards the top six was a bit frustrating.
"Olss has come in and done really well and the lads have got three wins so it was probably best that I didn't play!"
Rovers ended the season the form side of the Championship with six wins and six draws in a 12-match unbeaten run, something Spurr believes can only help the confidence going into the next campaign.
"I think the lads are more looking on the positive side for next season," added Spurr. "We are going into it off the back of not losing for 12 games and we've got to take positives from that, to know that we are capable of putting a run together and being right up there and given it a right good go.
"The same lads will be here, they'll still have that same feeling of knowing that we are capable of getting promoted and knowing the lads, how hard they work and the work they are willing to put in, then we know we are going to be right up there."