The attacking midfielder has heaped praise on his team-mates after Oranje's dramatic 3-2 victory over the Three Lions in a friendly at Wembley on Thursday
The 28-year-old bagged a decisive brace for the Oranje on Thursday night, including the winner, which condemned Stuart Pearce to defeat in his debut at the helm of the Three Lions.
Speaking to Dutch radio station NOS, Robben revealed his joy at being able to train with players of such high quality, and hailed the atmosphere in the Netherlands' camp.
"I do not always get passes like that," Robben said. "Even yesterday at practice I had so much fun, I really enjoyed being together with the guys. I really like training on such a level, and developing understanding with one another, we have so much footballing quality in this team.
"It was also pleasant to be two-three days away from Germany and to play well here."
The attacker also touched on a possible exit from club side Bayern Munich.
"Of course this sometimes goes through my head, and it could be an option. This is normal, I think. However, me and my family feel comfortable in Munich," he concluded.
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