Marty Moore will not harm his Test career with Ireland by moving to Aviva Premiership club Wasps next term, according to Dai Young.

Ireland's performance director David Nucifora has warned the country's top stars will be at a "disadvantage" for international selection if plying their trade abroad.

Ian Madigan will join Bordeaux this summer, however, with Keith Earls weighing up a move to Saracens and Simon Zebo also potentially en route to France.

Hailing the "coup" of Moore's summer move from Leinster, though, Wasps rugby director Young insisted the 24-year-old's Test chances will not be hampered.

"I don't see us having any issues with our relationship with Ireland," Young said.

"We'll want Marty to play for his country.

"We've got Welsh internationals, Italians and next season we'll have an Irish international, and we want them all to play for their countries.

"If they're playing for their country it means they're probably playing well for us, and we'd support that 100%.

"International rugby will only make him play well for Wasps.

"The experience of playing in different leagues and different scenarios, it can only improve players. So I don't see it as a massive issue, Marty being here next season rather than in Ireland.

"He must have felt he needed that new challenge, but from our point of view we're pleased to have him on board."