BRADLEY Dack believes Rovers boss Tony Mowbray is bringing the best out of him and feels his game has improved since making the switch to Ewood Park.

Summer signing Dack was nominated for the League One player of the month award for October after scoring in three consecutive home league games.

He has overcome two separate hamstring injuries to start seven of Rovers’ last eight League One fixtures and has become a key man in Mowbray’s side.

But Dack, League One player of the year in 2015/16, has credited Mowbray with bringing on his game following his £750,000 switch from Gillingham in June.

But despite glowing praise from the boss, Dack feels there are still improvements he can make to his game.

He said: “The gaffer has made me feel welcome from the day I have come in and it’s always nice to get praise from the manager.

“I have got a long way to go, I’ve got to work hard to improve my game.

“When he signed me he said that he wanted to make me a better player and he has improved me and that’s starting to show now.

“His man management skills are very good, he’s managed at the highest level so he knows what it takes to be at that top level and as a player you listen to people like that.

“It was a tough start to the season for me with a couple of injuries but I am over them and starting to enjoy my football.”

Rovers slipped out of the League One play-off spots over the weekend having been without a game.

Next up this weekend is a trip to bottom side Bury as Rovers look to improve on a run of just one league win in their last five outings.

But Dack believes Rovers have the capabilities of putting a winning run together, adding: “We have to find different ways to beat teams.

“We’re starting to realise now that we can’t win every game the same way, by passing it, sometimes you have to have a plan B or C to beat teams in this league.

“We’re coming to terms with that and hopefully we can start putting a run together.

“Sometimes it does take a couple of months for people to come together and bed in, but it has to be now and we know that as a team.

“We’re working hard on the training ground every day to make that happen.”