Bradley Dack was back at Brockhall today as he continues his rehabilitation from the hamstring injury which ended his season.

Dack missed Rovers’ defeat at Charlton and the final day win over Oxford with the problem which the club will monitor during the close season.

The 24-year-old was named League One player of the year after his 18 goals helped Rovers to promotion back to the Championship.

He was also included in the League One and EFL teams of the year after a stellar first year at Ewood Park.

However, the £750,000 signing from Gillingham did struggle with three separate hamstring injuries throughout the course of the season, with Rovers keen to ensure one of their key man is able to start pre-season without any issues.

Speaking of the injury before the end of the season, boss Tony Mowbray said: 

“He’s got a grade two hamstring strain which is probably four to six weeks (out).

“That’s probably about as long as he will get off before he’s back pre-season training.

“That will be managed through the summer which light-heartedly let’s say it might not be a bad thing from my point of view that we have half an eye on Bradley throughout the summer.

“It’s one of those things, he had one or two hamstring issues at the start of the season and one or two at the end but everything inbetween has been pretty fantastic for us.”

Rovers are also hoping to tie Dack down to an improved and extended contract to put off any potential suitors, with the player understood to be happy with life in East Lancashire.

Lancashire Telegraph:

He posted training clips on social media site Instagram, with Scott Wharton and Lewis Hardcastle among those put through their paces.

A number of Rovers players, including striker Dominic Samuel and midfielder Elliott Bennett, have also been posting clips of their summer workouts as they prepare for life back in the Championship.