Rhodes had looked all set to move to the Riverside Stadium, but at the final minute the deal broke down.
Reports have suggested that the deal collapsed due to Rhodes’ personal terms, but the striker insists that this wasn’t the case.
The Scotland international apparently feels that Blackburn were to blame for blocking the transfer, and he is planning for talks with Rovers boss Paul Lambert later today.
Rhodes reportedly intends to tell Blackburn of his anger at the collapse of the deal.
And The Sun says that these talks could mean that Middlesbrough re-enter the market for the prolific 25-year-old, before the close of the window.
Boro are known to be on the lookout for a striker, and they still believe that the addition of Rhodes could help them secure their promotion to the Premier League this season.