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Dack isn't fully up to speed yet

30 September 2017

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Tony Mowbray believes there is plenty more to come from Bradley Dack.

The summer signing from Gillingham has endured an injury-hit start to his Rovers career, but this past week has seen him come through his first 90 minutes, and scored his first goal.

The Rovers boss has now challenged Dack to get more 90 minutes under his belt in order to help show the undoubted quality that he possess.

"I think he is doing alright but I genuinely think he is feeling his way in," Mowbray told iFollow Rovers.

"He's had those two injury knock backs since the start of the season, but he does show in training what a talent he is.

"I do still feel that he has to get up to speed, but he'll get that through constantly training every day. Not missing a day because you are feeling a bit tight.

"He's got to train every day and get to the point where he plays back-to-back 90 minutes and then he'll be off and running.

"At this moment he is still chasing it a little bit I think, but I'm pleased enough with him. He's a very good footballer and I enjoy working with him.

"It was good to see him score his first goal last week and hopefully there is many more there. He had one or two opportunities the other night that didn't quite break for him as the keeper did well, but I'm sure there are goals there."

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