We talk about the midfielder's career in the Premier League

Keith Andrews' road to the Premier League was a long and winding one.

The Dubliner joined Wolves as a teenager in the late 1990s, and although he featured for them in their Premier League season of 2003/04, it would be almost five years before he was a regular in the top tier.

At Wolves, he came to blows on several occasions with his veteran midfield teammate Paul Ince, something which ultimately earned him the respect of the Guv'ner.

Ince would eventually sign Andrews for the MK Dons, as well as Blackburn, and it was here Andrews would spend his peak Premier League years, working under his former teammate, as well as Sam Allardyce.

Andrews joined Philip Egan on The Boot Room on Premier League Live with Sky Sports yesterday, to talk all about his relationship with Ince, what makes a Sam Allardyce team tick, and the downfall of Blackburn Rovers under the Venky's ownership.

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