Rovers boss Tony Mowbray is confident Bradley Dack won’t be leaving the club this summer.

The club haven’t received any bids for the 25-year-old who netted 18 goals last season, despite reported interest from newly-promoted Aston Villa and Premier League side Brighton.

Dack has two years left to run on the contract he signed last summer and scored 15 times in his debut season at Championship level.

A £750,000 signing from Gillingham, Dack’s 35 goals in 80 starts for Rovers have seen his number of admirers grow, but Rovers have remained firm in their stance that the attacker isn’t for sale.

Mowbray says from his conversations with Dack, who is settled at the club, that he sees his future at Ewood Park.

"I'm very confident he won't move on this summer,” Mowbray said in an interview with Sky Sports.

“He's had his first season in the Championship and he's scored 15 goals. Everybody knew he could do it in League One and he was fantastic for us in League One.

“His first challenge was in the Championship last season and my beliefs, and I've spoken to Bradley, are that he should do another year with us and see how close we can get.

“He loves the club - the camaraderie in the dressing room, the lads, the players, and the environment we try and create.”

Mowbray believes another impressive, or goal-laden, season for Dack will see him attract even more interest, which would lead to possible bids. But he says Rovers will look to build their side around Dack who was named League One player of the year in his debut season at the club.