Warren O’Hora is enjoying his time on loan with MK Dons.
The Ireland Under-21 international joined the Dons on a temporary deal from Premier League outfit Brighton & Hove Albion back in August, and has since made five senior starts.
Speaking during an interview with his parent club’s website, O’Hora explained how well he’s settling into life in Milton Keynes and how much he’s enjoying working under boss Russell Martin.
“The boss has been great,” O’Hora said in an interview with www.brightonandhovealbion.com.
“He does a lot of individual work with me and he is a voice on the side of the pitch. He’s almost like another player which is helpful.
“He is a young manager, but he has so much experience as a player and he knows the club.
“The way he and the assistant manager [Luke Williams] wants to play suits me right down to the ground.
“We haven’t had the start that we wanted, but we are performing well. We just need to be a bit more ruthless in both boxes and we should be fine.”