Bernie Ibini says he has been soaking up the knowledge from some of the Socceroos most experienced players as he prepares for a possible debut cap for Australia.
The Sydney FC attacker has earned his first senior international call-up under coach Ange Postecoglou for friendlies against UAE and Qatar over the next week.
“They are Socceroos greats and to be able to train with them and hopefully learn a few things off them later on in the camp is something I’m looking forward too,” he told FFA TV.
“It’s been very exciting for myself…it’s been a great time so far.
“I’m looking forward to the games. We’ve (Sydney FC) had a pretty tough pre-season, it’s been a long one but I’ve played a lot of games so it’s been enjoyable as well so I feel pretty fit.”
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