Tony Mowbray expects Rovers to make their first addition of the summer next week.

The Rovers boss reflected positively on a battling point for his side at Millwall but remains on the hunt for new additions to supplement his group.

Ben Brereton came up with the equaliser to ensure he has started the season with goals in the opening two weeks and ensured Rovers backed up an opening day win with a point. That came after Jed Wallace put the hosts ahead just after the hour.

Mowbray stuck with an unchanged team, but made a half time switch as Hayden Carter replaced Tyrhys Dolan in a move to a back three, then turning to Harry Chapman and Dan Butterworth as they went in search of an equaliser.

On the transfer hunt, Mowbray said: “Monday there is one coming in, he will have to sign his forms and have a medical but we will definitely have one in.

“We are pretty close with some others.

“Some of them are really young so here I am talking about looking to bring some experience in but the ones you can get from the clubs we’re loaning from we can’t get anywhere near.

“If he’s a player with any reasonable experience from a Premier League you can’t get near the salaries. Football is becoming a business and you can only really loan players who need experience to go out and hope that their talent can impact the team.

“Harvey Elliott did it extremely well last season and hopefully we can get one or two of them who can come in and make a difference on the pitch.

“It’s about trying to pick the players who can impact our team, we have a way we want to play and you have to put the pieces of the jigsaw together.

“There are hundreds of players out there and their agents are ringing you to tell you they’re available and it’s about fitting the right ones in to help us and can give us an identity of how we want to play and I’m sure that’ll happen and we’ll be able to add over the next fortnight, not to replace anyone but to help this young group and so when we want to make changes, as you have to in the Championship playing every three days, we’ll hopefully get stronger.”

On the game itself, Mowbray felt it was a point gained for his side who stuck to their task against a physical Millwall side and the ‘intimidating’ home crowd.

He said: “We have a very young team and I thought they stood up to it.

“First half our midfield found it really difficult but late on, I thought if anyone was going to win it after the equaliser it might have been us.

“They’re a really difficult team to play against, you can’t get any fluency in your game, you have to dig in and fight and as I said to them, we played Swansea last week who were ‘pass, pass, pass’ and today, if you couldn’t deal with their corners and set plays you were going to lose quite heavily.

“We stood up to it and we’ll take the point.

“We’ve had a good record and had some good results here without the crowd but that’s some intimidating atmosphere they create and it can be tough for the young players but I thought we dealt with it really well.”