The Sunderland youngster has been speaking after signing for the club in the summer.
He may only be 18, but Brady has already been on the books at AS Monaco and Chelsea, and while things are clearly not going well on the pitch for Sunderland right now, it seems there is a good feeling in the changing room.
“There are some good individual players here but you can tell that from the dressing room, because I’ve been at a few clubs and here it feels more like a family to different clubs,” Brady told safc.com.
Brady only arrived at Sunderland in July after being released by Chelsea and he has already played twice for the Black Cats’ under-21 side against Reading and Manchester City.
Given his age he has a long way to go before he is pushing for a first-team chance but the next couple of years should see him develop sufficiently to be challenging Sunderland’s senior centre-backs.
Having spent much of his junior career in France and already experienced life at Chelsea, Brady’s experiences may bring him additional maturity as he bids to ultimately make it at the Stadium of Light.