Republic of Ireland international Robbie Brady made his return to Burnley's starting lineup which is reportedly a massive boost for Mick McCarthy ahead of November's Euro 2020 qualifier against Denmark.
According to RTE Sport, Brady was said to be thrilled with making his way back to the team after he had been on the sidelines with a long-term injury.
The 27-year-old sustained a fractured rib which prevented him from playing in the opening of the 2019/20 Premier League fixtures - he made his first appearance in Burnley's 2-1 loss to Leicester City.
"I was over the moon to be back in the starting XI," said Brady.
"It's been a bit disappointing with the freak injury I got in pre-season, which wasn’t ideal.
"Just getting back to the level where I feel I’m at now has been good. I enjoyed being back out there and as a team, I think we did well."
Brady played alongside Republic of Ireland international teammate Jeff Hendrick and lasted for 65 minutes before Aaron Lennon came off the bench to replace him.
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