Jason Lowe is pleased to report no injury problems after coming through his second match for the Under-21s earlier this week.
The Rovers midfielder has had to endure a frustrating time with a long-standing foot injury that has required surgery on two occasions, but after getting 45 minutes in a development squad match against Fulham, he followed that up with an hour on Monday night against Wolves.
"It was good to get the extra minutes under my belt, that is the plan, and just keep progressing," said Lowe.
"I've got a lot of training minutes under my belt so now it is just game time and I'm feeling good."
Lowe started the match at Leigh Sports Village in midfield, but was quickly moved to right back due to the shoulder injury sustained by Ryan Nyambe.
"I've played there a few times and I'll no doubt make that switch in the future again and maybe even vice-versa," he added. "So I'm used to doing it and I enjoyed it.
"I've come through with no injury and it has felt good so hopefully onwards and upwards.
"I could have gone on, no doubt about that, but I don't want to abuse how I'm feeling, I'm feeling good and I want to keep ticking the boxes."
Lowe is expected to get more game time for the Under-21s when they face Arsenal at Leigh Sports Village on Friday April 1st.