Rhys Healey is not worrying whether his MK Dons form will earn him a Premier League chance with Cardiff. The forward, on loan from the Bluebirds until January, scored twice and set up the other two as the Dons hammered Crawley 4-0 in League Two on Saturday.
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Healey, who has scored one goal in 13 appearances for Cardiff, does not know whether his loan will be extended but said: “At the minute I’m working hard for MK Dons. “I don’t know if they (Cardiff) will want me back until I sit down with them. As a footballer, my main focus is MK Dons and to go in the right direction.”
The Dons are certainly doing that, lying second in League Two following Saturday’s Healey-inspired rout.
He said: “There is always room for improvement and once we get to where we want to be we’ll be even better.
“It was only a matter of time before we had a big win and our hard work on the training ground has paid off. “If you look at our last few games, we have had 18 or 19 shots each game. Crawley were quite good in possession, but we put our chances away.”