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He is reunited with Ewood boss Tony Mowbray with the pair having worked together during the 2015/16 season for Coventry City in which the England youth international netted 20 times as the Sky Blues missed out on a play-off spot.

Armstrong bid farewell at Lostock and now looks set for a spell in League One.

Parkinson's former club Bradford City had been mentioned as a possible destination but those close to the club doubted whether the Bantams would be able to offer a high enough percentage of the striker's wage to mount a realistic bid.

He is likely to go straight into the squad for Saturday’s home game with Shrewsbury Town and will be available for Rovers’ remaining 21 League One fixtures.

Armstrong has made 21 appearances for his parent club, though just four of them have come as a starter, and he is yet to score for his hometown team.

It’s not what I am used to but it has been working well in recent weeks.” Armstrong was taken out of the firing line in the weekend win against another of his former clubs, Barnsley, but has been fully backed by Parkinson during his stay thus far.

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The 20-year-old has made 21 appearances and scored three goals, playing primarily on the left side of attack but is reluctant to make predictions on whether he will remain at the Macron. “I’ve already seen an improvement in my game but I’m taking it each match as it comes.You can’t think too far ahead in football because it changes in an instant.

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Armstrong will add another option to Rovers’ attacking ranks with Marcus Antonsson set for a spell on the sidelines with an ankle injury.“It was great to get that first league goal under my belt a couple of weeks ago against Norwich too.I had felt that was coming for a while, even with me playing on the left.Rovers boss Tony Mowbray - who worked with Armstrong during the most prolific spell in the youngster's career at Coventry City - is now said to be considering a loan deal to take Armstrong to Ewood Park for the rest of the campaign.Wanderers intend to replace Armstrong over the coming weeks and ideally want an out-and-out striker with physical presence, but the signs are that Parkinson will only be able to add to his squad with loan players.Armstrong netted three times in 23 outings for the Championship side but struggled to hold down a starting spot.