Danny Graham

Everyone who watches, or has watched Rovers in the last couple of years, know how important the striker is to this side. The winner in the game at the City Ground was Graham's 14th of the season and took him to 150 league goals in a career which has been fruitful for the forward. It is well known the competitiveness he has with his good friend Bradley Dack, as they both battle to finish the season as the clubs leading scorer. Graham's winner on Saturday put him out in front on his own - one goal in front of Dack. The striker now has 40 league goals in 90 appearances for Rovers - equalling to almost a goal every two games. That is a fantastic return for a man who struggled to get in the side at the start of the League One campaign as, by Tony Mowbray's own admission, he wasn't fit enough. Graham believes he's as fit as he's ever been in and isn't planning on retiring anytime soon.

Character of the side

The strength of character in this Blackburn team cannot be called in to question for me. They went on a run of winning once in 11 games and then have strung together these back-to-back wins against play-off hopefuls Derby and then winning away at Nottingham Forest. The Rovers players will admit themselves that the period after January was not good enough, and not up to their standard, but they had plenty of injuries to contend with in the centre of their defence. Darragh Lenihan's return has come at a time when they needed to pick up points so they weren't looking over their shoulder. Mowbray knows his players can push higher up the league next year, and that is what he'll be aiming for.

Ben Brereton

The 19-year-old came on in the final few minutes against his former club to a chorus of boos. He was hailed as one of the brightest players to come out of the Forest Academy, having burst on to the first-team scene towards the back end of the previous season. Rovers finalised the £7 million move from Forest in January, after previously being on loan. Brereton says he felt as though it was time for him to move on from Forest as he felt he wasn't going to get a good enough opportunity in the team. The striker has made three starts in the league for Mowbray's side and has come off the bench 19 times - he has failed to score in any of these matches. When watching him, it is clear he is lacking in confidence as many have already written him off, but it is clear his manager has faith in the youngster.