Tony Mowbray says he's excited for the future after Lewis Travis bagged his first professional goal and Harry Chapman made his return to the first team at Norwich City.
Travis' first of the campaign saw Rovers get on the scoresheet against the promotion-winning Canaries at Carrow Road on Saturday evening.
Chapman got on the pitch in the second half, finally getting minutes under his belt in the first team after signing from Middlesbrough in the January transfer window.
And discussing the pair, Mowbray admitted that he's looking forward to the long-term future with the two 21-year-olds.
“Trav’s a young boy who has lot’s to learn, but he’s got fantastic attributes and a fantastic attitude," Mowbray told iFollow Rovers after the game.
“He will run through brick walls for us but he has to improve his game, and he knows that.
“He’s not the finished article and I think he’ll learn. As we move forward, he’ll need to compete to get into the team.
“As for Harry, he takes people on, commits people and if you’re not a good defender you’ll get caught out by him," he added.
“It’s been good to get Harry out there after the last couple of months. He’s got himself fit, got himself up to standard and fingers crossed he can keep improving as we move forward."