David Raya has bid a fond farewell to Rovers after completing his move to Brentford.

The goalkeeper has moved to West London for a reported £3 million, ending his seven-year association with the club.

Moving from his native Barcelona to join the Rovers academy in 2012, Raya went on to make 108 appearances for the club in all.

In a post on social media the 23-year-old thanked all those who played a role in his time at Ewood Park.

“I would like to show my gratitude to everyone associated with Blackburn Rovers, especially the fans who made me feel at home since the first day I arrived at the club at 16 years old,” Raya said.  

“Thank you for believing in me and giving me the opportunity to make my dream of becoming a professional footballer a reality.

“It has been a real honour to represent such a great and historic club.

“Thank you to all my managers, staff and team mates I had during my years at the club. We have shared many incredible moments together, moments I will never forget.

“All the support and experience I have gained during my time at the club has made me the man I am today.”