Rovers boss Gary Bowyer is pleased to see Jake Kean and John O'Sullivan start life at their loan clubs so impressively.
Since joining Yeovil Town goalkeeper Kean has helped the Glovers earn four points from the two games he has been involved in, including a first clean sheet of the season last time out.
Whilst midfielder O'Sullivan was the star of the show for Accrington Stanley at the weekend, scoring two and providing an assist in a 5-4 win over Northampton Town.
"For Jake it was an opportunity to get him playing games again so this will do him a world of good," said Bowyer.
"What we needed to do was get him out playing games so we are delighted that he's done that and he's started off in such a good vein of form, we need him to continue with that and provide competition even further in this department.
"With Johnno it wasn't a surprise that he was in training on Monday afternoon. He was wanting everyone to pat him on the back and say well done and rightly so.
"John Coleman, as soon as he got the job, was on the phone to us to get him in. He's had him before at Southport, so for us it is great, it is the next part of his development and we're delighted with the start that he has made.
"But he has to keep his feet on the floor and he's got to go again this Saturday for them."
Yeovil Town are away at Crawley Town this Saturday, whilst Accrington Stanley host Plymouth Argyle.