Rovers have rejected a bid from Millwall for captain Lewis Travis.

The six figure bid was dismissed out of hand by Rovers for a player who has played 202 times for the club.

Millwall are understood to be tracking a number of targets and it is unclear whether they will return with a follow-up bid, particularly given the difference between valuations, which could see them turn their attentions elsewhere.

Rovers are under no pressure to sell, not least a player who has been so influential under Tony Mowbray and Jon Dahl Tomasson, playing 48 times last season after being named club captain last summer.

Travis also has three years left to run on his contract.

He did however find himself out of the side at the back end of 2022 and 2023, failing to start in a run of six consecutive matches.

In an unfamiliar more advanced midfield role he started the final 17 games of the season, though he was substituted on the final day of the season against Millwall.

Then Rovers came back from 3-1 down to beat Millwall 4-3 and deny the Lions a spot in the play-offs.