Rovers match day magazine, RTID, caught up with striker, Chris Brown, to catch up on a half-way report of his season so far.
What’s the first half of the season been like for you personally?
"I have enjoyed it and been pleased that the gaffer has given me the chance to play and be a big part of his plans. I think I started the season really well and the team as a whole were doing great. We were picking up results and, to be honest, should have got more points from games we played well in but failed to get anything. That has been the story of the season so far; we have not capitalised when we have played well. We have come back from games thinking that we should have got something, but you have to accept it and move on."
We are in the middle of the transfer window. How does it affect players?
"It does not really cross your mind as you are focused on training and the next game. You are at the club to do your job until you are told otherwise. You come in and prepare for your next game because you just want to get on with it to play football. You do talk about who you think the gaffer might bring in or let go but, at the end of the day, it does not affect me personally because my aim is to stay in the team by working hard."
The fans have been great this season, especially at away games.
"They are amazing because I know we don’t have as big a fan base as some clubs, but they make up for it by being so passionate. When you arrive at the stadium, they are so friendly and welcoming. Hopefully, if we can start climbing the league we can get more to come and watch. I wish them all a ‘Happy New Year’ and hope we can give them as much pleasure in 2014 as we did in 2013."