Robbie Brady made his full international debut with Ireland last night and put in a fantastic performance in the 4-1 victory against Oman.
He scored a goal, assisted another and didn’t look at all out of place for a 20-year-old yet to be capped by United.
Speaking to Goal.com after the match, he said: “I’m delighted with the way it went, with a goal and an assist, but I thought I could have done more.
“I wasn’t disappointed, but I felt I could have done a bit more. Maybe got on the ball a bit more, all-round really.”
“I’ve gotten on well with everyone. Kevin Doyle is a great bloke, him and the rest of the guys are great. They’ve made me feel part of the group.”
“Hopefully I can push on and keep playing.”
“I don’t want to come in and doss about. I want to stay playing [for Ireland], so I need to be playing as many club games as I can. If that means I need to take a loan move, I will. We’ll see what happens. I’d just like to play as much football as I can.” Robbie Brady
Only last week, Brady became the Republic of Ireland U21s record goalscorer and he is certainly having an impressive season so far.
He joined the senior squad for the 2012 tour and got some valuable first team experience under his belt.
However, Brady has admitted that he will look at options outside of Old Trafford in order to secure more club game time.
Considering he hasn’t made his full Manchester United debut yet, Brady is certainly doing all he can to earn it and it wouldn’t surprise me to see the youngster being loaned out as he can’t be guaranteed a lot of game time this season.