JAMIE Murphy has looked ahead to this weekend’s match against Accrington Stanley, and he admits that he is looking forward to getting back into football since injury.
The Rangers loanee has joined the Brewers until the end of the season, with the view of getting game-time, adding attacking options for the Brewers whilst joining up with former manager Nigel Clough.
“Football kind of takes over everything. If you enjoy it and go out and train then it is easy,” said Murphy when asked how he was settling in. “The first few days have been good and I’m looking forward to training and playing some more.”
The transition from Scottish to English football has so far been smooth, with Jamie mixing with the rest of the Brewers squad and seeing another familiar face in the dressing room.
“Meeting the boys, enjoying training and getting to know the place has made things a little bit easier for when the games come around.
“Obviously I know Bray from Sheffield United and we played well and had good successes together on the pitch, so it is good to have that familiar face in the changing room.”
And now with a chance to finally return to a full first-team league squad, Murphy has eyes on continuing the Brewers’ excellent run of form.
“I’m just looking forward to a match day.
“Obviously having my injury and not really playing when I have come back for a couple months means that it has been a while since I prepared for a proper game, so I am looking forward to it.
“The boys have done well the last couple of weeks so hopefully we can go on and do more.”