The Tigers are currently out in Portugal preparing for life back in the top flight and while inevitably most on the outside are predicting a season of struggle, Rosenior refuses to accept that as the case and believes the players and fans can inspire each other to new heights.
“I think if you were summing the club up in three words, it would be passionate, driven and ambitious,” said Rosenior.
“We want to prove that we belong in the Premier League and that we can stay there. We know that we all work hard for each other and have a great team spirit.
“We also know that the fans are really passionate and the atmosphere at home games is amazing. We won a lot of home games last season and the KC Stadium is a great place to play football.
“We want to make sure it becomes a hard place for opposition teams to play football this season. Morale is high here and we feel as though the whole city is behind us.
“There is a massive connection between the club and the community. You see that on matchdays with a lot of children at the games and I know we actively go into schools with tickets and promotions.
“It’s hugely important to the whole area that the football team is successful. The whole city seems excited about the new season and everybody is looking forward to it.
“The Premier League is where everybody wants to be and it’s great that we’re going to be there.
“The aim is to make sure we’re still a Premier League team this time next year. That would make it a good season, but I think we would be doing ourselves a disservice if we didn’t look to aim as high as we can. We want to finish as high as we can in the table.”
Rosenior already has 90 minutes under his belt in preparation for the new season after playing and scoring in Monday night’s 3-1 friendly victory against North Ferriby United and says it was good to get back up and running.
“It was good to get that first game in,” added Rosenior.
“Most teams only give players 45 minutes in the first game of pre-season, but most of us got a good 90 minutes under our belts and that is going to stand us in good stead going forward.”