Momentum at a crucial time, says Williams19 December 2017
Rovers defender Derrick Williams admits he's delighted with both his own and the team's form at the moment after making it six successive victories at the weekend.
Williams: Let's make Ewood a fortress23 November 2017
As a former Bristol City player, Rovers defender Derrick Williams says he's prepared for "a few boos" when Bristol Rovers make the trek from the south-west to the north-west on Saturday afternoon.
Derrick: The game plan was executed to perfection22 November 2017
Rovers defender Derrick Williams admitted it was the perfect start for the side following the big away win on Tuesday night at Oxford.
Williams pleased with Wigan point30 October 2017
Derrick Williams says Rovers can take plenty of positives from Saturday's game at Wigan into tomorrow's home fixture with Fleetwood Town.
Benno is one of the good guys - Williams29 October 2017
Rovers full-back Derrick Williams has defended team-mate Elliott Bennett following his controversial sending off in the goalless draw with Wigan.
We dug in deep and deserved the point29 October 2017
Derrick Williams admitted the clean sheet at Wigan - Rovers' seventh in the league this season - was very satisfying given the circumstances.
Derrick predicts successful season20 October 2017
Rovers defender Derrick Williams admits the players are disappointed by the club's current league position, but is confident the Blues will be promotion contenders this season.
Defenders shortlisted for awards13 September 2017
Two Rovers stars have been nominated for accolades at the forthcoming Northwest Football Awards.
Late decision required for Mulgrew7 September 2017
Tony Mowbray will leave it as late as possible before deciding whether to pick Charlie Mulgrew for this Saturday's trip to Rochdale.
Defensive injury update5 September 2017
Rovers have received a timely boost with the news that Charlie Mulgrew's foot injury is not as bad as first feared.
Disappointing to pick up knocks30 August 2017
Tony Mowbray hopes that the injuries sustained in last night's 1-0 win over Stoke City's Under-21s prove to be just minor.