Forward revitalised by Rovers revival.Nathan Tyson has described the introduction of Darren Ferguson as new Doncaster Rovers manager as “refreshing”.
Front man Tyson made his first start of the campaign as Rovers registered their first win away from home, against Shrewsbury Town on Tuesday evening.
“It was a fantastic win from the lads,” said the 33 year old.
“He (Darren Ferguson) has brought a lot of tactical stuff and formation play. He’s stamping his authority on us and the way in which he wants to play.
“It’s refreshing. I think, with me, it’s always been about belief. I wake up every morning and want to do well and be a winner and that doesn’t change.
“For the gaffer to come in and make training the way that he has done is fantastic, especially for the younger lads. We’re learning as senior players as well.”
Tyson was alongside the youthful exuberance of loanees Cameron Stewart and match winner Keshi Anderson in a front three.
“It was very exciting because Cameron and Keshi are very good players on the ball which leaves me to do what I do best which is run in behind and make a nuisance of myself and pick up any scraps that I can get,” Tyson said.
“Its about the team as well, that’s who we do it for and for the cause. It’s great that those two were fantastic, as was everyone.
“I’m delighted to be back in the frame and put myself about and give it 100%.”