Leeds United's Stuart Dallas has recently returned from international duty, where he helped Northern Ireland to qualify for Euro 2016.
Dallas has been with the Northern Ireland international team for the past fortnight, and he has helped them to qualify for Euro 2016.
The winger understandably enjoyed representing his nation, but he feels that the standard of coaching he received back at Leeds is just as good.
"We've have a good management team and backroom staff for Northern Ireland, and it's similar to what we have here [with Leeds] - with the team and the management staff," he said.
Dallas' achievement was Northern Ireland was nothing short of remarkable, as the winger helped his country to create history.
Northern Ireland have never made it to a European Championships before, but they booked their place in France next summer by topping their qualification group.
Over the past fortnight, Michael O'Neill's side beat Greece, before picking up a draw against Finland, with Dallas starting in both matches.
The former Brentford man will now turn his attention back to club matters, with the Whites due to face Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday.