Charlie Mulgrew says there is still more to come from him in a Rovers shirt, as he looks forward to a bright future in blue-and-white.
The 32-year-old Scotland international has enjoyed a glittering career, winning countless trophies at Celtic and captaining his country on several occasions.
The defender enjoyed a stellar season with Rovers last term, netting 14 league goals and skippering the side to automatic promotion back to the Championship.
However, Mulgrew believes there is still room for improvement in his game and he will continue to give his all every day to be the best player he can be.
"Every day I wake up I want to get better," said the Rovers captain, who this week signed a new two-and-a-half-year deal with the club.
"I think that age is just a number, even though I'm still only 32.
"In football, people think that when you're 30 then you start to tail off, but I don't think that's necessarily the truth.
"I think you can get better. And if you believe it in your own head and live your life right, you can.
"I do everything I can every day to try and make myself better. I just want to keep going and push forward for this club."