With just three goals in his opening 19 games in all competitions at the start of the season, there might have been a few people out there writing Danny Graham off.
But with 12 strikes in the 21 games that have followed, Danny's goal-finding form has coincided with Rovers' assault on the top two, and boss Tony Mowbray has been delighted with what he's seen from the 32-year-old Geordie.
“Danny’s scored goals, he’s helped the team, given us a platform, worked very hard for the team when out of possession and has done what he’s done most of his career," the boss beamed when speaking about his hitman to iFollow Rovers.
"He’s a focal point for the team at the top end of the pitch, has bought into the demands and is enjoying his football.
“His goals tally has shot up in recent months after a bit of a slow start. He’d argue that he wasn’t playing enough to score goals at the start of the season."
And aside from his scoring ability, boss Mowbray is pleased with his all-round influence in the squad, and urges the striker to simply keep doing what he's been doing.
“At this moment he’s doing exceptionally well for us, is a big voice in the dressing room and is a real leader in the dressing room.
"I’m delighted that he is this way and performing in the right manner to help us try and get out of this league."