Rovers captain Charlie Mulgrew reckons more good times are just around the corner for the club following promotion back to the Championship at the first attempt.
Mulgrew skippered the side to glory in 2017-18, bagged 14 goals, including the promotion-clinching strike at Doncaster, earned the Players' Player of the Year award and earned the Scotland captaincy in what was a fruitful campaign for the 32-year-old.
And the Glaswegian wants - and believes - the good times will continue to roll for Rovers, saying the ability and spirit in the squad could well take the club far next term in the Championship.
“We have a great squad with plenty of ability," he begins. "But you also need that camaraderie and we have that as well.
"I’d say it’s one of the best groups I’ve ever been involved with. We’ll stick together and the good times are ahead I think."
So how would the man himself sum up a campaign which has brought so much success on a personal and team level?
“It’s been a great season personally, I’m really happy with it," the Scot revealed. "The most important thing is the team but to captain Scotland is a big honour and captaining Rovers is another big honour.
“I’d have taken just taking Rovers back to the Championship, but to get captaincy for club and country makes it an even better."
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