Rovers forward Bradley Dack has been nominated for the PFA Bristol Street Motors Player of the Month award for December.
It'll be the second time the Rovers man has been considered for the top prize having also been in the running for the October award.
In fact, this is the fourth consecutive month Rovers have had a player(s) nominated for the award, with Richie Smallwood considered for September, Dack for October and both Charlie Mulgrew and Marcus Antonsson - who eventually took the prize - for the November award.
The newly turned 24-year-old Dack enjoyed a standout month for Tony Mowbray’s side, revelling in the number 10 role and scoring three goals – a brace against Peterborough United in the 2-4 away win and the equaliser at Northampton.
Dack is up against Rotherham striker David Ball, Doncaster's Andy Butler, Wigan pair Dan Burn and Christian Walton and Peterborough frontman Jack Marriott for the coveted prize.
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