Connor Ronan has had a successful start to his loan spell with the Seasiders, making 10 appearances in tangerine.
Prior to the current lockdown period, he sat down to reveal some of his favourite things and general interests.
Who was your sporting hero growing up?
Paul Scholes and Roy Keane. I’d like to think I was a similar player to Scholes and Keane, with a lot of my family being Irish, was a big player in the United team.
What’s the best bit of advice you’ve taken on board?
The main one I got when I was young was: don’t let anybody tell you that you’re too small.
Do you have any pre-match superstitions?
Favourite goal you’ve scored in your career so far?
In first-team football, my goal for Blackpool against Bolton. In youth team football, I scored a free-kick against West Brom Under-23s for Wolves.
Favourite moment this season?
That goal against Bolton, though that first win at home to Southend was up there because we were under pressure at the time. It was my first three points since coming in.
What would you have been if not a footballer?
A fireman, probably.
What music do you like to listen to before a game?
I mostly listen to R’n’B and a bit of Hip Hop music, but then I don’t mind a bit of Oasis to mix it up.
What is your favourite TV series?
Breaking Bad or Stranger Things.
What is your favourite film?
Alongside yourself, name another four players who would make up your ultimate five-aside team.
Peter Schmeichel, Paul Scholes, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.