Manchester United player Darron Gibson has hit out at Ireland manager Giovanni Trapattoni for suggesting he should leave United in order to get first team football.
Gibson has been left out of the Irish team again for the game against Andorra on Tuesday as Trapatonni continues to insist his players have first team football.
"If Trapattoni wants me to move on from a club like Manchester United to better my game, move to somewhere like Stoke where I'll get more games, but have little chance of winning anything, then I just don't know," he said.
"Where else would I go from Manchester United? At what club, other than Manchester United, could I go to improve my game?
"To be honest, if he's trying to say that I should move somewhere like Stoke City and change my game to winning tackles and not winning games, then he's having a laugh.
"To move on from Manchester United just doesn't make sense to me."
"I have a good relationship with Trapattoni," he added.
"We haven't fallen out in anyway. Personally, I just think I haven't been playing (for the Republic of Ireland) because I haven't been playing regularly at club level and he's giving other players the chance that play week in, week out.
"Like I've said before, I've proven what I can do with my performances at Manchester United last season," he said.
"I will be very disappointed if I don't play against Andorra. "I wasn't surprised I didn't play against Armenia, but I was disappointed not to get on.
"At Manchester United I've continued to do the same thing I've done all last season.
"I'm just waiting for my chance to get another run in the team. "It would be great for me if I was to play against Albania, it would be another cap and fingers crossed, I'll get the nod.
"We'll see what happens, but hopefully I can get on and make a difference. "