Both players showed their class for the Robins in 2015, but did not play in combination as much as Chester would have wished, due to injury.
With both players preparing for the new campaign with Rovers now, Chester hopes that fans will see the two players combine successfully in the new season.
“Alby’s an off-the-cuff style of player and Terry’s a little more structured and he’s the guy that carries out the game-plan,” he told the Hull Daily Mail.
“They work together well. There’s not many better than Terry in game-management.
“They feed off each other and both have a really good understanding in certain situations, I’ve just got to let them get on with it and hopefully we’ll see more of that.”