Bradley Dack is hoping that he met some footballers of the future after the squad's open training session during One Rovers Day.
More than 1,200 supporters watched on at Ewood Park at yesterday's event to watch the first team squad train before meeting their heroes after the session came to an end.
With attractions outside, the players posed for photos and signed autographs to put the smiles on faces.
There were queues to get in the Roverstore as well, with Elliott Bennett and new signing Bradley Johnson taking part in a signing session in the Club Shop.
And speaking afterwards, Dack feels events such as Monday's bring the club together a little bit more.
“Days like One Rovers Day can only be a good thing for everyone involved," the 25-year-old playmaker admitted.
“It's nice for the youngsters to get the experience of watching us train and hopefully they've all had a really enjoyable day.
“It brings the club together that little bit more. It brings the next generation of supporters through and gives them the opportunity to see us up close and get a feel of what we do every day in training.
“Hopefully they can learn a little bit from the training session and they go on to be good footballers as well," he added.
“Rovers is a family club and Open Day events can only help us further.”