Warren O’Hora has only had six weeks to get to grips with Russell Martin’s style of play, but says it’s one he’s enjoying and a style he’s happy to be a part of.
The Brighton loanee made his EFL Debut at The Keepmoat Stadium last Saturday and was full of praise for the performance.
“I think the performance overall was very good from the team,” O’Hora told iFollow MK Dons. “I think a point was an unfair result on our behalf, we should’ve put the game to bed. We dominated the ball and we were good in possession. We’ll pick ourselves up, be happy with the performance and move on.
“The possession stats, even in pre-season, speak for themselves. There’s a lot of confidence about this team, it’s about getting the final bit right so we can really push on. I think getting the fans back in would really help us and give us that boost to put teams away and help us climb the table.”
It can sometimes be a nervous day when a player makes their debut, however, O’Hora’s day was made easier due to the experience in and around the Dons dressing room.
“I was a bit nervous making my League Debut. I knew I had the right boys around me, Dean Lewington behind me, he’s the most experienced player I’m ever going to play with.
“To have someone like Richard Keogh off the pitch and the Gaffer – they and the rest of the boys have looked after me and given me the confidence to believe in myself. I can’t wait to kick on now.”