Many would expect someone of Danny Graham's age to perhaps need a break, but he insists he's ready and eager to keep the games coming.
The frontman, who can count Saturday's visitors Hull as a former employer has started Rovers' last four games in League One and scored in both ties against Crewe in the last round - including the winner in the replay.
The 32-year-old also confesses he loves the FA Cup as a competition and is keen to keep the other Rovers scorers in check this season after hitting some form in recent weeks.
"I'm feeling fit, I'm playing and I'm confident as well after a really good December and a run in the side," Danny admitted.
"I think I've scored five goals in the last month or so and hopefully I can get the nod on Saturday and play a part in the game.
"I keep telling Dacky [Bradley Dack] and Charlie [Mulgrew] that I'm breathing down their necks and we all have a laugh about it!
"I think a few months ago I was miles away from them but I'm closing in on them now."
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