Callum Brittain says it ‘means a lot’ to play for the Club he’s been with since the age of eight.
The defender, who signed professional terms with the Dons last summer, has made five appearances this season and started the last three Sky Bet League One matches.
He scored his first senior goal in the 1-1 draw with Oxford United and also provided the assist for Aidan Nesbitt’s match-winning goal against Plymouth Argyle last weekend.
“It means a lot to me,” Brittain told REDDOT ahead of this Saturday’s clash with Rochdale at Stadium MK. “I’m just trying to pay back all that the Club has done for me.
“It’s what you dream of – when you are a youngster growing up, it’s what you want to do. When you walk out on to the pitch and you hear the crowd, you get a real buzz.
“It’s been a really enjoyable time. I played a few pre-season games and then the two cup games, which were good experiences but then to come on against Oxford and score was a great moment for me, as was starting the game against Plymouth and getting a win.
“Hopefully I can kick on.”
Read more from Brittain in the Rochdale edition of REDDOT which is available to buy from the Club Superstore, priced at £3.
The 19-year-old talks about his transition from winger to full back, his influences and the importance of home form. He also answers your questions in the #AskCallum feature!