Robbie Brady insists he has no regrets leaving Manchester United, after joining Hull permanently in January.
Republic Of Ireland international Brady was highly thought of at Old Trafford, but took the decision to seek first team football elsewhere rather than sit around and wait for a chance that may or may not have came, after making just one appearance as a late sub during the League Cup this season.
“There are a lot of players around at United. It was a busy time and I didn’t want to be sitting around.
“I want to stay in the international set-up and that will help that. It’s been brilliant so far at Hull. I’m really enjoying my football now, playing week-in, week-out at a competitive level. It was the right move.”
Brady went on to praise Sir Alex Ferguson, thanking him for everything he did for him during his spell at the club he joined at the age of 16:
“He said ‘well done’ and I’ll always have the utmost respect and time for him.
“That’s because of the amount of things he’s done for me over the last few years. It’s been brilliant.
“He’s brilliant. Just being around him day-in, day-out is great. He’s the greatest manager in the world, he’s proven it over how many years.
“I’m a Man United fan and always will be but I’m a Hull player now and I’m looking forward to playing every week.”