Despite being disappointed at not earning three points, Bradley Dack believes there are positives to take from the draw against Huddersfield Town.
The playmaker assisted one and bagged the other - his sixth of the season - in the entertaining 2-2 draw against Danny Cowley's Terriers.
His eye-catching work alongside Lewis Holtby was highlighted by each setting up the other for the Rovers goals, and Dack admitted afterwards that he enjoys playing alongside the 29-year-old German.
“Lewis has been brilliant since he came in and has that calibre having played at the top level for Germany, for Tottenham and for Fulham," he confessed.
“He’s a good player who has got up to speed now and it’s enjoyable to play alongside him.
“It’s easier when you have good players around you and you can see that with his technical ability and finding the right pass every time.
“We controlled the first half really well and, going in to half time 2-1 up, you expect to go on to win the game.
“We started the second half well and after they grabbed their second goal it was a disappointing last half hour for us," he reflected.
“It’s not great to go behind early, but it gives you a long time to get back into the game.
“We responded well, Lewis got his first goal for the club and we went 2-1 up to show our character. There were positives to take from the game."