Striker Theo Robinson has set himself a target of scoring ten or more goals this season in a bid to get Rovers back to the Championship.
The Jamaican front man has not hit double figures since the 11/12 season when with Derby County where he hit 13 Championship goals.
“The more games I play, the more the match sharpness comes,” said Robinson who got on the scoresheet in Rovers’ 3-0 win over Yeovil Town on the opening day of the season.
“For me, personally, I would rather the team wins the match obviously it’s a bonus getting a goal.”
Robinson is among a quartet of strikers who could provide manager Paul Dickov with a selection headache following good displays from Curtis Main and Nathan Tyson as well as youngster Alex Peterson.
“Everybody's got their traits. Curtis is big, Tyson has got his pace, we can all mix and match and we know what we've got to do,” he said.
“We're all confident that we can complement each other and learn together so we get that understanding.
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“It’s one of those things, even if one of us is out then, as goalscorers you've got to prove why you deserve to be back in the team but we've got to help each other and chip in.”