Alan Shearer wasat Ewood Park today ahead of becoming part of the inaugural batch of former Blackburn players to be appointed to the club's Hall of Fame.
Brad Friedel, Bryan Douglas, Derek Fazackerley and Simon Garner joined Shearer at the event, where club icons Ronnie Clayton and Bob Crompton were also honoured.
"It's great to be here amongst some former players who had very successful spells here also," Shearer added.
"I had four unbelievable years here. I loved it, I made some great friends.
"We had a brilliant manager [in Kenny Dalglish]. It was - and still is - a great football club. I really, really enjoyed my time here."
Shearer is part of Blackburn folklore after his goalscoring heroics during the 1994-95 season where he netted 34 goals as Blackburn won their one and only Premier League title.
"It was unbelievable [and] we fell over the line," he said.
"It was incredible for little old Blackburn to come in and beat the big boys as we did. We were slowly but surely getting better and better year on year and then to win it - the 94/95 season was just unbelievable."