Rovers have confirmed that goalkeeper Thomas Kaminski has completed a move to Premier League Luton Town.

Kaminski joins the Hatters for a reported £2.5million plus add-ons as they prepare for life in the top flight after last season’s promotion.

The Belgian joined Rovers from KAA Gent in the summer of 2020 and went on to make 118 appearances in East Lancashire for a fee around £450,000.

He found himself out of the side during the final stages of last season as Jon Dahl Tomasson stuck with Aynsley Pears following the March international break.

Pears initially came into the side while Kaminski was sidelined by a knee injury, which kept him out of action for a couple of months.

The 30-year-old shared a heartfelt message after his exit was confirmed, describing his time at Ewood Park as “special”.

“I want to say a massive thank you to the club for giving me the opportunity to fulfil a childhood dream of mine to play in English football and it was an absolute pleasure to do it with such a big club with a big history as Blackburn Rovers," he said.

“I also want to say a massive thank you to the fans for all the love and support they have shown me over the last three years and to all the backroom staff at Brockhall and Ewood who have helped me feel so at home at the club since the day I arrived.

“I must also give a special mention to Ben Benson for everything he has done for me both personally and professionally. I will be forever grateful.

“I have mixed emotions about leaving, because I genuinely love the club and the people in it, but the chance to play and test myself in the Premier League is just too good an opportunity to turn down.

“I have really enjoyed my time in Blackburn, it has been a special time in my career, and I wish the club the best of luck for the future.”