Danny Graham has hailed team-mate Bradley Dack as "different gravy" ahead of a mammoth final 10 games of the campaign.
Dack's starred in his first season at Rovers and is currently second in the League One goalscoring charts with 14 strikes from his attacking midfield position.
And Graham admits he's loved playing with the 24-year-old, who has become a firm fans' favourite with the Rovers faithful since arriving from Gillingham.
But although Brad's grabbed most of the plaudits this term, Danny feels there is more to Rovers than just being a one-man team, as they showed in Dack's absence at Walsall.
Danny also believes the rest against the Saddlers - due to illness - may do Dack some good heading into the crunch fixtures that remain this term for the table-toppers.
"He's massive isn't he, let's be honest. He's been different class all season," Graham, who has 15 strikes in all competitions, said.
"With him being ill at Walsall, maybe that rest has done him a little bit of good as well as he's come back and been outstanding.
"At the same time, it was pleasing to go to Walsall and beat them without him. It shows that we've got strength in the squad, but Dacky's been different gravy and hopefully he can get a few more goals and assists to push us over the line in these final 10 games."
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