Rovers have agreed a new long-term contract with goalkeeper Thomas Kaminski.

Kaminski has put pen-to-paper on a deal through to 2025.  It is the second contract extension in as many months after Sam Gallagher extended his Ewood Park stay last month.

The Belgian has been a consistent performer since signing from KAA Gent in August 2020 for £450,000.

He won the club’s player of the season prize in 2020/21 and impressed in his 74 appearances to date.

Kaminski’s deal had been due to expire this summer, though Rovers possessed the option to extend that by 12 months.

However, the parties have agreed a new long-term contract for the 29-year-old which was announced this morning.

Kaminski has stressed in interviews throughout his time at the club how much he was enjoying his time with Rovers.

His form has seen him earn regular call-ups to the Belgian national squad, and while still waiting to win his first cap, Kaminski feels a move to Rovers has been key in forcing his way into Roberto Martinez’s plans.

He has been undisputed No.1 at Rovers since his arrival, missing only five league matches.