Danny Graham will get the chance to make career appearance number 600 when Rovers travel to Luton Town.

The striker’s run of 108 consecutive appearances in a Rovers matchday squad ended when he sat out the 4-3 win over Reading on Saturday, a sequence which stretched back to March 2018.

Uncertainty over his long-term future, with his deal set to expire at midnight on Wednesday, had raised the question over whether he had played his last game for the club he first joined in January 2016.

But Mowbray confirmed again, as he did after the weekend win over Reading, that the 34-year-old will be, at the very least, in the squad for the game at Kenilworth Road.

However, Manchester City loanee Tosin Adarabioyo, and Dominic Samuel, whose deals at the club also expire after the game on Wednesday, aren’t set to feature.

“Tosin has a slight awareness of his hamstring, and I thought it was an opportunity play (Hayden) Carter,” Mowbray explained.

“Even if he’s got an awareness of his hamstring then let’s not take a risk. He’s not our player, and if we want to test one of our young players to see if they can be part of our squad for next year, then it made sense for me to say ‘let’s leave it for the next couple of games’.

“It’s not as if we can achieve anything notable, and it gives me an opportunity to try some young players.

“I’ve thanked him for what’s he done, I’ve enjoyed watching him play, and having played his position I gave him some things for him to keep working on.

“It’ll be a similar sort of group. Danny will travel with the group, I’m not sure whether Tosin wants to travel to Luton and not play.

“I had the tough conversations, if that’s what they were, the other day, and they’re less problematic now and we’ll see what we take to Luton now.”

Joe Rankin-Costello has been filling in at left back, albeit very promisingly, for five of Rovers’ eight matches since the re-start, in what has been a problem position this season.

Amari’i Bell and Derrick Williams have sat out each of the eight matches through injury, and although Bell is now back training, Mowbray doesn’t see the need to push for him to play against Luton, with the end of the season in sight.

“Amari’i Bell is back on the grass and has been for two days, but I’m not envisaging putting him on the pitch,” he added.

“He’s been out six weeks now, but I think that’s the only real change. I’d assume a similar sort of squad.”