Every player released by Rovers at senior, or Under-23s, level has now been fixed up with a new club after Warrington Town announced the signing of Stefan Mols.

The Northern Premier League side have unveiled his signing this afternoon and he could be handed his debut by manager Paul Carden in tonight’s Cheshire derby with Nantwich Town.

The midfielder saw his long association with Rovers come to an end having made 62 Premier League 2 appearances for the club, with his one senior outing coming in a Checkatrade Trophy defeat to Bury in 2017.

Mols also had a trial spell at Burnley last year, playing three times for the Clarets, and was also loaned to Spanish outfit CF Intercity in October before returning to Ewood Park at the turn of the year.

Now 22, Mols captained the Under-23s for an extended spell and featured 11 times in their Premier League 2 Division Two title winning season of 2017/18, albeit his time in the side was curtailed by injury.

His versatility proved a key asset to Damien Johnson and Billy Barr, but he managed just six appearances last term before leaving at the end of his contract.

Mols was one of six Under-23s players to be released when their deals weren't renewed and is the latest to secure himself a new club.

The others are: Brad Lyons (Kilmarnock), Joe Grayson (Barrow), Lewis Thompson (Scunthorpe United), Ben Paton (Ross County) and Tom White (Barrow).

First-teamers Corry Evans (Sunderland), Charlie Mulgrew (Dundee United), Amari’i Bell (Luton Town), Stewart Downing (retired) and Lewis Holtby (Holstein Kiel) have also secured their own futures.