Striker hoping to be involved as he looks to fire the Republic to a major tournament next summer
Daryl Murphy is aiming to reach EURO 2016 with Ireland, admitting that this will be his best chance to feature at a major tournament.
The striker is hoping to play his part for the Republic of Ireland, as they take on Bosnia in a Play-Off double which kicks-off tonight in Zenica.
The Town forward is still searching for his first international goal but after bagging a hat-trick for the Blues against Rotherham, he’s going into the game full of confidence.
“It’s good to go into the international games on the back of a hat-trick and I’m hoping I can be involved,” Daryl told the official Club website.
“It’s a huge double header for us and it’s a great opportunity to qualify for a major tournament.
“This will probably be my last chance to do that so I will be doing all I can to get there and the same goes for all the boys in the squad.
“Hopefully I can be involved, we will have to see, but hopefully now I’ve got off the mark for Ipswich I can do the same for Ireland.”
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