Marvin Emnes believes he did not get a fair chance at Swansea and has vowed to make up for lost time with Blackburn.
The Dutchman was a victim of Garry Monk’s sacking at the Liberty Stadium and made just three appearances after the man that signed him left the Liberty Stadium.
Emnes feels he was not given a chance under the new regime and is now looking forward to resurrecting his career with Rovers after joining them on loan until January.
The winger has got off to a good start, scoring the only goal of the game as Rovers beat Accrington Stanley 1-0 in a behind-closed-doors friendly on Tuesday, and he is hoping for more of the same going forward.
“It’s been difficult, hard and busy (trying to find a new club), taking phone calls day in and day out, trying to make a decision,” said Emnes.
“But I’ve made my decision now and I feel really good about it. I just want to get playing again.
“If you don’t get a chance when you think you deserve it, it’s quite difficult and hard. I just had to get on with it and now I’ve got a new chance and I’m happy with that.
“It’s always a good thing if the manager wants you to come and play for him as it means you are going to play games. Now it’s up to me to work hard, enjoy it, and get into the team.”