Rovers insist Bradley Dack is not for sale at any price and remains an integral part of the club’s plans moving forward.

Dack signed a new three-year deal with Rovers in the summer and has four goals in four appearances already this season.

The Lancashire Telegraph understands there have been enquiries from other clubs about the 24-year-old but Rovers have no interest in selling one of their star men.

Reports in the national press suggested West Brom were ‘hopeful’ of securing a deal for Dack before tomorrow’s 5pm deadline in a deal that would become permanent, but Rovers have dismissed that talk and won’t be entertaining any bids for the former Gillingham man.

The attacking midfielder has flourished at Rovers under Tony Mowbray after signing for £750,000 last season and scored 18 goals en route to winning the League One player of the year prize.

Dack is seen an integral part of what Mowbray is trying to build at Rovers, with the boss looking to make at least one addition to their squad before tomorrow's 5pm deadline.