Harrison Biggins says the Rovers squad are enjoying getting to grips with the demands put on them by head coach Danny Schofield.
Schofield took over as Rovers boss last week, and saw his side draw 1-1 at Crewe Alexandra in Sky Bet League Two on Saturday.
Stevenage are the next test, and Biggins says he has enjoyed learning what the new man expects from him and the team as a whole.
On the early signs:
“It’s still early days but the gaffer already starting to implement his ideas and he’s spoken really well to us all as a group.
“The messages have been good from him and we’ve all pulled together to understand what he wants from us as a unit.
“Hopefully as a group over the next few weeks we can take it to the next level, it’s new ideas which is always refreshing for a group of players.”
On his own game and preparing for Stevenage:
“I’ve worked hard in pre-season and continue to work hard day-to-day, I’m feeling good and try to be the legs and the energy within the team.
“I’m more than happy to play a little bit further forward and it was good to get the assist at the weekend, the aim was to get high and get close to George [Miller] which we did for the goal.
“We’ve done our work on Stevenage and the gaffer wants us to put our own blueprint on the game and focus on what we can do.
“We’ve trained well on Monday and gone through the weekend’s game, we’ve taken the positives and look ahead to the next one.”