CRAVEN Cottage is the perfect place for international football, according to Ireland star Damien Duff.
The Newcastle United winger helped the Republic to a 1-1 draw against Nigeria at Fulham's ground last Friday.
It's the second successive year the boys in green have used south-west London following their clash with Colombia this time last year.
And Duff would welcome a return to the Cottage.
He said: "I missed last year, but the Nigeria game was great. London is a brilliant base. There is great facilities at Arsenal's training ground, and playing at Fulham was good.
"Paddies are everywhere, so it's good some of those who can't always make it to games got to see us."