Stuart Moore signed on at Stadium MK in the Summer Transfer Window and admits he’s loving his time with the Club.
Moore, who has featured twice for the Dons this season, spoke highly of his teammates and coaching staff while also praising the ‘Goalkeepers Union’ at MK1.
“I’m really enjoying my time at Stadium MK,” the 24-year-old told iFollow MK Dons.
“I’ve fitted in really well with the lads and the staff – I’m really enjoying it. We’ve got a great set up with Mel Gwinnett, Lee [Nicholls] and Wieger [Sietsma], every day we are working hard and pushing each other.
“I’m loving my time with the Club and hopefully I’ll be here a lot longer.”
Moore added, “I think we’re lucky with the keepers we have here. That’s not just the ability, but the personality as well.
“We all get on very well and we are all very open with each other – I’m lucky to be able to work with them.”
MK Dons have sold out of tickets for Saturday's clash at The Abbey Stadium - a total of just under 900 - meaning tickets can now only be purchased through Cambridge United.
With no more tickets available to buy from the Box Office, supporters can now only purchase tickets through Cambridge United on the day
Tickets bought on the day of the game at The Abbey Stadium will be subject to a price increased, as detailed below.
The Club's Official Away Travel service has sold out for this fixture and is no longer available to book. For those who have booked, coaches will depart Stadium MK at 12 noon.
Wheelchair users: £17