Date: 18th November 2017 at 8:23am
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Paul Caddis knows Bury well enough as the Blackburn defender spent a short spell with the Shakers last season – he’ll hope to come up against his former club this afternoon.

That spell at Gigg Lane allowed Caddis, who wasn’t getting much football at Birmingham before that, to play regularly, albeit for two and a half months only at Bury.

However, this was time he enjoyed as he is at Blackburn, knowing himself and Ryan Nyambe will ‘play a lot of games’ between them.

He told the Official Website: ‘I was only at Bury for two-and-a-half months, just to go and play some games and get playing again, to be honest. I knew the manager really well and, unfortunately, he lost his job there, but I enjoyed my time there. I’ve enjoyed it at Rovers too. I’ve managed to get in and play a lot of games here. I understand my position and, between myself and Ryan Nyambe, we’ll play a lot of games.’

Caddis, 29, went on to talk about the competition with Nyambe for a starting position and how the Scottish international doesn’t actually feel they’re competing for that one place as Mowbray will ‘want to play me for some games and Ryan for others’ depending on who is faced and the approach taken.

As for the game itself against Bury, Caddis knows it’ll be another tough game but with a couple of fixtures in hand if Blackburn can get a result we’ll get right back into the promotion mix but to do so we ‘have to deliver.’

Caddis said: ‘We’ve got a couple of games in hand and fancy ourselves in any game, home and away. We just have to deliver. I think it’s always good to go about your business quietly, win games and let other teams worry about you.’

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