Ben Brereton is backing Rovers to improve on last term's finish in the Championship, and has his eyes on a play-off place come the end of 2019-20.
Rovers' first season back in the second tier saw Tony Mowbray's side finish the season in 15th place in the Championship table.
It was Brereton's first season with the club after arriving from Nottingham Forest, with the 20-year-old forward appearing 28 times in all competitions.
Content with Rovers' 2018-19, the young striker says he sees signs that a top six place isn't too far away for Mowbray's squad.
“Last season I wasn't here at the beginning of the campaign, but there were spells we looked like we might sneak into those play-offs," he reflected to iFollow Rovers.
“Last season was our first back in the Championship. We've had a taste of it and now we want to improve and hopefully push on to those play-off places.
“I think we'll be better as a team this season. Every team in the league wants to get in the top six, but it's about putting in the work in both on and off the pitch.
“As a collective, as a team, with the quality we've got, hopefully we can push on towards those play-off positions.”