O’Brien targeting more game time with SonderjyskE before pondering future

American youngster Conor O’Brien is determined to get more playing time with Danish club SonderjyskE.

American youngster Conor O’Brien is determined to get more playing time with Danish club SonderjyskE.

The highly-rated 23-year old midfielder joined the SuperLiga club from Danish First Division outfit Blokhus FC but has only been a bit-part player since arriving.

O’Brien has revealed he would love to one day try his luck in Holland’s Eredivisie but insists that for now he is content to stay at SonderjyskE and push for regular first team selection.

“I have thought little of it (my future) but not focused so much on it because my focus has been getting more playing time,” he told bold.dk.

“Now, when I get it, I will continue to improve myself. My goal is to reach the highest level I can.

“I think I have done well in SonderjyskE and I would like to make it even better. If anyone thinks that I can play at a higher level, then I'll maybe take a chance, but if SonderjyskE would like to keep me and things go well, then it is also an option.

“I have a dream destination as such, I want to try Holland or maybe one of the other countries where there are several American players who have proven their worth and made the national team.”

 
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