Norwich starlet Josh Murphy says he has no regrets over his loan move to MK Dons, even though it ended in relegation.
Karl Robinson’s side will spend next season in League One after relegation was confirmed with a 4-1 defeat against Brentford at the weekend, but Murphy was a rare spark of light in an otherwise disappointing campaign at Stadium MK.
Murphy chipped in with seven goals and also provided eight assists during his 44 games for the club, and admits he will be sad to leave when the season is over.
The youngster is tipped to have a bright future with Norwich, but he will never forget his time with MK Dons.
Â“IÂ’ve loved it, absolutely loved it,Â” he said. Â“I keep saying to the boys it is going to be emotional when I leave and go back to Norwich because I have made friends for life and it has been a great experience being with this team and the manager and his backroom staff.
“I have really enjoyed it. It would be nice to sign off in a good way and my game is all about trying to bring goals and assists. If I can get a couple of both in the last few games that would top off my season.
Â“The fans have been magnificent. I didnÂ’t expect that given the way our form has been up and down this season but they have stuck with us through the bad times and they have always been in good voice. I canÂ’t personally thank them enough for the support they have given us this season.Â”