WATCH: Neil Cronin chats about life at Munster and Irish ambitions

For Neil Cronin, the past few weeks will have cemented home that he belongs at the top level.

The former Garryowen man has grown into his role in the club more and more each passing week this season as Munster target silverware both domestically and abroad.

We spoke to Cronin about life in the Province and how he has settled in with the team.

“As much as you want to be yourself, there are those nerves. I was starting to come out of my shell and trying to get back to what I was doing in the club.”

Every player dreams of playing for their country and Cronin is no different, but isn’t getting carried away and focusing on setting goals that are achievable.

“You’re trying to set yourself goals, realistic and unrealistic. You want to be able to say this is my next stepping stone. I suppose take it like a ladder.”

Watch the full interview with Cronin on our Youtube channel!

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