Troy Parrott says he's settled and happy at MK Dons as he aims to drive the in-form League One outfit to promotion.

Parrott, still a Tottenham player, has had three loan spells over the last year, first heading to Millwall before a January switch to Ipswich. He never really took off at either club but the move to MK Dons, completed earlier in the summer, has gone well.

It didn't start particularly smoothly as manager Russell Martin parted company with the club soon after Parrott's arrival, however new boss Liam Manning is getting the best out of the Dubliner, who scored his third goal in eight games against Wycombe at the weekend.

MK Dons are up to the third in the table, and Parrott is enjoying himself.

"I'm enjoying it a lot," he said. "It's gone really well so far. Obviously I've got a couple of goals. I'd like to have a lot more, for one reason or another I haven't, but I still take confidence out of the ones I've got.

On the departure of Martin so soon after his arrival, Parrott added: "People make decisions in their lives and their careers and that was it. I just moved on. I didn't take it any sort of way.

"Liam has come in and done well, we've worked well with him. I'm happy.

"It's going well for us, we're on a good run. It's important we stay grounded and keep picking up points.

"We gave our targets and our goals, obviously we want to be up there in those promotion spots, but there's still a long way to go. We've just got to keep going."

Parrott can expect to be included in Stephen Kenny's squad for the October games against Azerbaijan and Qatar when it's announced on Thursday.

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