Harry Chapman is back at Rovers after the end of his loan spell at Burton Albion.

Chapman has resumed training with Rovers after his spell with the Brewers came to an end.

The winger returns having scored on his last appearance for Burton in the win over Crewe Alexandra in what was a ninth start for the 24-year-old.

He made a further four substitute appearances having played three times for Rovers earlier in the campaign.

Under EFL rules, Chapman can be registered with another club this season but having played for Rovers and Burton in the first half of the season wouldn’t be able to play.

With Chapman out of contract in the summer, after signing a one-year extension in July, it appears likely that he will remain with Rovers for the final months of the season.

Chapman won’t be available for this weekend’s FA Cup tie having already featured in the competition for Burton when they were beaten by Port Vale in round two.

Speaking of Chapman last month, manager Tony Mowbray said: “Harry Chapman is a young lad who for me has to understand what it is to play for a team with ambition and you have to do what the manager wants, to run, to chase, to fight and to compete.

“If you’re a Harry Chapman type of player you then need to beat players and contribute with goals and assists.

“It’s football, it’s pretty simple for me. If Harry can do all that, which is why he was brought to this club, then Harry Chapman is a good footballer.”