Danny Graham is enjoying his football at Rovers and hasn’t ruled out finishing his career with the club.

The striker passed 50 goals for the club with his brace against Wigan Athletic earlier this month and has started 29 Championship games.

That was enough to see him trigger another year at the club having penned a 12 month contract, with the option for a further year, last summer.

Graham has been the focal point of the Rovers attack this season and has rediscovered his love for the game at Ewood Park.

“I’m 33 now, I know I’m not going to be around forever,” Graham said.

“I’m enjoying my football. I love being at this football club and if I can get a few more before the end of the season, I will have the off season, work hard and look to have a strong season next year.

“I certainly would. I don’t see myself moving to another club. If there was a chance I don’t think I would take it.

“I’m very settled here. I love the boys, staff, everyone around the club.”

Graham signed permanently for Rovers in the summer of 2016 after initial loan spell.

That was a fourth separate move away from Sunderland where he failed to settle, scoring just one league goal after a £5.5million move.

Graham has opened up about the difficulties he endured while at the Stadium of Light, and admits his main focus when making the switch to Rovers was to enjoy football once again.

He has certainly done that, as well as rediscovering his goalscoring form which has seen him reach double figures in each of the last three seasons.

“More importantly for me, after my time with Sunderland, I’m enjoying my football again and I want that to continue,” said Graham, who has 14 goals in all competitions this term.

“I don’t see the need to move on or leave any time soon.”

Graham finished one behind Bradley Dack in the Rovers scoring charts last season, finishing on 17 and 18 respectively.

The battle for top scorer this season sees Dack again ahead, but only by one after Graham’s brace in the win over Wigan.

Dack also netted in that game, ending a run of six games without a goal, incredibly his longest goal drought since joining from Gillingham in the summer of 2017.

Of his attacking partner, Graham added: “Me and Dacky speak a lot. We want to score every game, but sometimes you are going to go through difficult periods. That was Dacky’s worst period at the football club when it comes to not scoring so I was delighted for him to get his goal.”