The young striker has commented on his campaign with Aston Villa this term.
Aston Villa’s Premier League season came to an end at the weekend and it was certainly one to forget.
Villa finished bottom of the Premier League by some distance, got through two managers, plenty of boardroom staff and will be playing in the Championship next season.
After their poor season the club is expected to move on plenty of their players this summer which could open the door to plenty of their younger players – such as striker Rushian Hepburn-Murphy.
The striker featured again at the weekend as Villa were defeated comfortably by Arsenal and was one of very few Villa players to Tweet after the fixture.
The teenager had this message, admitting the season had been poor, but that he had enjoyed some personal positives:
More downs than ups but it's been a season full of good experiences⚡️⚡️ pic.twitter.com/7I3aylRc4I— Rushian H-Murphy (@Rushcmpt) May 15, 2016
The talented attacker, who was handed his Villa debut by Tim Sherwood in March of last year, came on for his home debut earlier in the month and impressed in the Villa youth teams.
He has also had to battle an ankle injury and seen the first-team’s implosion – so it was certainly an up and down campaign.
Hepburn-Murphy will now be hoping to feature with more regularity in the Championship next season.