A look back at Armstrong's time at Newcastle, Coventry, Barnsley, Bolton and England
9 January 2018
When he was reunited with Adam Armstrong back in the January transfer window, Tony Mowbray knew what he was getting.
Read full article
Rovers boss Tony Mowbray is hoping Adam Armstrong can replicate his goal return from when the two last worked together at Coventry City.
"He's very dynamic and very prolific," says Rovers boss Tony Mowbray, who struggled to hide his delight at the chance to work with striker Adam Armstrong once again.
Adam Armstrong looked an astute signing on paper from Tony Mowbray back in January, and he's proved to be exactly that in reality too!
Amari'i Bell says there's a belief in the Rovers dressing room going into the last nine games of the season, but insists no-one is getting carried away.
"We have to always stay positive and keep believing."
It could be a case of Turkish delight for Rovers defender Darragh Lenihan this evening - if he's selected for his senior debut for the Republic of Ireland.