BRADLEY Dack says he’s enjoying his football more than ever and is focused on firing Rovers to promotion.

Dack has settled in to life in the north following his summer move from Gillingham and has nine goals in his last 14 league matches.

That form has helped Rovers keep up the pace with the top two ahead of this afternoon’s meeting with promotion rivals Shrewsbury Town.

He was named as the PFA player of the month for December but the only accolade the 24-year-old is craving is promotion.

“Right now I’m really enjoying my football and living up north, it’s something I’d like to see out,” he said.

“My main goal this season is to try and get this team promoted.

“It took me a couple of months to settle in but it’s good up here and I enjoy coming to this place every day, I enjoy being with the boys, they’ve looked after me and it’s something I’m happy to carry on doing.”

Rovers have drawn three of their last four league matches which has allowed Shrewsbury to extend their cushion to third place to five points.

But Dack sees the meeting at Ewood Park as the perfect chance to Rovers to keep up the pressure on the top two.

Indeed, the attacker still believes top spot isn’t out of reach for Rovers, with Wigan Athletic due in East Lancashire in March.

He added: “I think everyone knows around the club and the fans know we have probably got to win this game.

“That’s not putting pressure on ourselves, we will do everything we can to make sure we win the game.

“In training you can see there’s an extra bit of hunger, all the lads are wanting to do well and make sure we get the three points on a Saturday.

“Everyone in that changing room is confident and know that we are playing well at the minute.

“A club like Blackburn Rovers are expected to win every week, especially, with no disrespect to the league, in League One.

“It’s something we have to deal with, I don’t think there’s an added pressure, the boys relish that kind of pressure.”

Rovers saw their unbeaten run in all competitions end against Hull City in the FA Cup last weekend, but they haven’t tasted defeat in the league since the middle of October.

Their last 14 games have brought with them eight wins and six draws, with Dack hoping that balance can move in favour of the former in the coming weeks.

“We would have liked a few better results, especially over the Christmas period where we had three draws in games we should have won which was disappointing,” Dack said.

“We lost a bit of ground on the top two but it’s something we’re looking to put right starting with Saturday.

“To not lose since the middle of October is really good and shows the strength of character with the boys.

“We’ve been behind in games and we always know we can score goals and it’s something we’ve done.

“To not lose games is important, those points can be the difference at the end of the season.”

“Hopefully we can start turning some of those draws in to wins.”