Northern Ireland full-back Conor Bradley insists the team want to finish their UEFA Nations League campaign on a high.
Bradley, who has thrived at Bolton Wanderers this season following his loan move from Liverpool, says the players want to deliver “two good results and two good performances”.
Northern Ireland’s latest Nations League campaign will draw to a close with a home game against Kosovo tomorrow (24 September) and a trip to Athens to face Greece on Tuesday (27 September).
The full-back revealed the players were disappointed with their League C Group 2 results in June when they lost at home to Greece and away to Kosovo alongside draws home and away against Cyprus.
However, he insisted the squad are in good spirits ahead of the two matches this month and can’t wait to get back to international action. “We are all looking forward to the games,” he said.
Bradley further revealed he is enjoying life in EFL League One with Bolton. He pointed out they play in a similar vein to Liverpool where the full-backs are encouraged to get involved in attacks and to create chances.