Roy Keane will bring loads of experience and knowledge to his job as Irish assistant manager.
And makes no apologies for setting high standards.
He's not looking for miracles but is there to help the team and Martin O'Neill out.
He ruled out any return to the Premier League during his time as Irish boss but thought he should've been offered a job in England after his sacking by Ipswich.
Keane was slow to criticise Giovanni Trapattoni but did think the Irish should have done better at Euro 2012.
And reaffirmed the strength of his relationship with FAI CEO John Delaney.