Rovers playmaker Bradley Dack says his manager Tony Mowbray deserves tremendous credit for turning the club's fortunes around.
Fresh to the division in the summer, Rovers had a troublesome start to life in League One and lacked consistency in the early stages of the campaign.
Mowbray has said before that the defeat to Oldham in mid-October was the pivotal moment in the season and since then Rovers have gone on a monumental run of just one defeat - at Plymouth in February - in the last 28 games.
The season has turned around, and 24-year-old Dack's been crucial to that, which has been showcased by his League One Player of the Year nomination
, but he reckons the boss deserves plenty of credit for the fine displays this season thanks to his adaptability.
“We had a slow start but we have adapted to the league quickly and have lost one game in the last 28, which is a great achievement, so great credit to everyone at the club for that," Bradley began.
“The gaffer has been a massive influence. He’s helped us adapt on the training ground and in matches and the club has completely changed from the one people were telling me about before I came here.
“There’s a real feel good factor around the club right now and the gaffer deserves a lot of credit for that."
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