Coventry City loanee Reece Brown says fringe players need to be patient for their chance at his parent club Manchester United.
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Reece Brown on his loan move to Coventry City
“I'm definitely here to get try and get as many games and gain as much experience as I can”
joined the Sky Blues earlier this month
- the fourth time the defender has gone out on loan.
Brown told BBC Coventry & Warwickshire: "I think you have to be patient at United because obviously they've got world-class players.
"Now I'm just going to being patient, work hard and do well with Coventry."
Despite not yet making a senior appearance for United, Brown revealed that the club are in constant contact with him over his progress.
"The reserve manager Warren Joyce is always phoning me and seeing how I've done training-wise," he added. "I think he and a few scouts come down to my games as well.
"I'm definitely here to get try and get as many games and gain as much experience as I can.
"I went on loan to Oldham and played 17 games in two months, so I think it's always good for me to get the game time and learn from others."