Just what was on the note that John Buckley gave to Tosin Adarabioyo moments before Rovers turned the game on its head against Sheffield Wednesday?

Buckley was sent on in the dying stages, with Rovers 1-0 down, and gave a slip of paper to Adarabioyo who shortly after digesting the information, rose to head home an Elliott Bennett free kick to draw Rovers level.

That was his first senior goal, and sensing the opportunity to make a name for himself, Buckley found an injury-time winner to complete the turnaround.

But have we now solved the mystery and unearthed just was on the scrap of paper?

Manchester City loanee Adarabioyo turned to Twitter posting a picture of a note with the words: half chicken, garlic bread, peri chips and cheesecake. Score and it’s yours big man.

If Nando’s is the way to get the big man fired up then it won’t just be loyalty points that Rovers are clocking up.

Lancashire Telegraph:

Whatever was on the note, and maybe not knowing will make for a better story than the truth actually being revealed, did just the trick to help end Rovers’ wait for a win which was all that mattered to Adarabioyo.

“It was a dramatic end to the game, but the most important thing was to get the win,” he explained.

“It was a great afternoon for us to get the three points after what’s been a tough last few weeks.

“Everyone knows what’s been going on in terms of results over the last few weeks, but we’ve got the points so it’s just about going again next weekend.”

Adarabioyo’s goal couldn’t have been better timed as Rovers looked to be falling to a fifth defeat in seven games.

“I saw we had a wide free kick so I managed to beat my man in the air, see the ‘keeper off his line and loop it in,” he told the club website of his reaction to heading in Elliott Bennett’s delivery.

“I was waiting for it to drop in and it did eventually. I’m really happy to finally get a goal in a senior match to help us get the points.”

And while it was Adarabioyo who claimed the man of the match award, for his work in defence as well as much as his equalising goal, he gave the final word to midfielder Buckley.

“With it being Bucko who got the winner, we couldn’t believe it,” he added.

“What a great moment, and we’re all delighted for him. He’s only young, so for him to do that was a great moment for him.”