Danny Graham is offering fans a chance to win his PFA League One Team of the Year medal as he looks to pass the £10,000 barrier in his fundraising efforts for the NHS.

Graham has auctioned and raffled off a number of pieces of memorabilia in recent weeks to raise funds for the Queen Elizabeth hospital in Gateshead.

Having initially set himself a target of £5,000, Graham’s fundraising efforts have now surpassed £9,000 and he hopes his latest raffle will take the total past the £10,000 mark.

The final item will be his team of the year medal from Rovers’ League One promotion campaign in 2017/18 that saw him selected alongside Bradley Dack, Charlie Mulgrew and Amari’i Bell.

The striker struck 14 goals that season, a key asset as Tony Mowbray’s side achieved an immediate return to the second tier.

But the 34-year-old will now raffle off the medal with the hope of taking his donation to over £10,000.

He said: “It’s in a nice case with the medal inside of it. Hopefully we can try and hit that £10,000 mark and it would be an incredible achievement if we can do that.

“Everyone who has been involved so far have put their hands in their pocket towards a great cause and hopefully they’ve enjoyed the raffles.

“So one last big one, before the fundraiser page closes. I’d like to say a massive thank you to everyone who has donated to raise this amount of money so far. It’s been incredible and if we can get over that £10,000 mark it would just top everything off.”

To have a chance of claiming the star prize, fans are asked to donate £25 to Graham’s JustGiving page, with the raffle to stay open for another nine days.

Meanwhile, Joe Grayson is auctioning off some of his collection of Rovers memorabilia in support of key workers tackling the pandemic.

They include a 2004/05 Morten Gamst Pedersen home shirt, signed by the whole squad, while the defender is also auctioning off a pair of boots signed by the Norwegian.

The final item is a signed Mark Hughes away shirt from the 2000/01 promotion-winning campaign.

Bids across all three items have already topped £1,000, while Grayson was part of the Under-23s squad who helped £1,000 to be shared across four separate charities.

On his latest fundraising efforts, Grayson said: “They money will be split across care homes and also Rovers Community Trust supporting people within Blackburn.”

For more information visit Grayson's Ebay page.