The young midfielder was handed his first Dons league start for almost three years in the Good Friday clash with Scunthorpe United and although the men from MK1 weren’t able to come out on top, the midfielder’s performance was a positive to take from the afternoon.
“I really enjoyed getting out there again and playing,” Rasulo told MK Dons PlayerHD
. “I’m glad the manager gave me a chance.
“It’s been difficult (not playing) but I feel I’ve been putting in good performances in training and it’s nice to see that rewarded.”
Rasulo continued: “Hopefully I can get more chance s and whenever I do get those opportunities, it’s all about putting in good performances.”
He continued: “Hopefully I can get more chances and whenever I do get those opportunities, it’s all about putting in good performances.”
While the former England youth international’s inclusion in the starting XI may have come as a surprise to some, his position in the line-up would have certainly raised a few more eyebrows, with the 19-year-old give a deep-lying midfield role as opposed to a more advanced position.
“It’s a position I enjoy because I get on the ball a lot more,” Rasulo said. “When I’m playing higher up I can make things happen because I’m closer to the goal but I do like it further back too.”