Blackburn playmaker David Dunn is hoping he can get himself fit to play by the time Rovers take on Arsenal as he looks to play his part in the great escape. The 31-year-old is looking to be in the squad that travels to Arsenal on April 2nd and he has vowed to give it all he has to help Rovers out of the mess they are being lead into. Dunn said: "I'll work on my fitness over the next week or so, but I'll hopefully be available to play some part in the Arsenal game. "It was quite a bad tear but things have steadily improved and I'm looking forward to getting back playing and hopefully playing a part in getting these wins that we need. "We're confident that we can get these few extra wins that we need to stay in the Premier League. If we can go to Arsenal and get something there then we can go into the home games against Birmingham and Bolton full of confidence." Rovers currently sit just one point above the relegation zone.