Louis Jones is targeting the starting shirt after signing a new contract with Rovers.
The goalkeeper has extended his stay with his boyhood club until the summer of 2025 and is determined to emerge as the main man between the posts in the coming season.
“Every player wants to push for a starting spot and that’s my main goal,” the 24-year-old said.
“Last season was very frustrating with injuries and illness and all that sort of thing. But I’ve put that all behind me now and I’m a stronger person. I’m looking forward to getting started and seeing what we can do as a squad.”
Jones started the final two matches of the 2022/23 season after recovering from injury.
He is confident exciting times are ahead for the club following the return of Grant McCann and Cliff Byrne, who he worked under during their previous spell.
He said: “I think it’s going to be really exciting.
“Grant has come in and he’ll bring the mentality that I think we need and Cliff will push that. You can see already with the players that have been brought in and the plans that have been made, things are really positive from the top down.
“For individuals and as a team, the fanbase and the club collectively, I think togetherness is the main thing. We want a positive season from every aspect of the club.”