EX-Ballymoney United player Eoin Bradley says he is loving life with Coleraine as the Derry GAA star continues to enhance his glowing reputation in local football’s top flight.
The Glenullin man, who made the move to the ColeraineShowgrounds in August, has been a revelation since forcing his way in to Oran Kearney’s starting eleven. And on Saturday he inspired the Bannsiders to a last gasp victory over Glenavon.
Bradley told Times Sport that there has been no decision made with regards his future once the GAA season commences again in the new year.
“I’m loving it here. Since day one everyone has made me feel very welcome. I told Oran when I signed I would work hard to get into the team and now I’ve got in it I’m determined to stay in it,” said Bradley.
“I haven’t thought about what will happen once the gaelic season starts up again in the new year, I’m just focusing on the games we have coming up with Coleraine,
“As I say I’m really enjoying it here at the minute. The fans have bought in to what I’m all about too and made me feel very welcome and got behind me.
“All that matters now is that I can do my bit to help the team pick up three points on a Saturday.
“It was nice to get the goal but the win was more important, we showed a lot of character to keep going. Confidence has been pretty good of late, we have been playing well enough but we just haven’t been winning games, unfortunately we’ve had a lot of draws this season.”