Brooker delighted with Rovers return

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New signing Steve Brooker is desperate to make an impact with Doncaster after penning a two-and-a half deal with the Championship club.

Brooker signed for Rovers from Bristol City on Wednesday having already enjoyed a loan spell with Sean O'Driscoll's side earlier this season only to pick up a calf tear to cut his stay at the Keepmoat short, but the striker is back nearing full fitness following the injury and hopes to pick up where he left off earlier this term.

He told the club's official website: "It was frustrating the first time around. I was really excited coming here and doing well - and that was cut short by my injury. I am just delighted to get that opportunity to come back and get a run of form going in some games."

He added: "A big part of the decision for me was to come to a club that has the ambition and drive and this club certainly has that."

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