Sheffield Wednesday striker Sergiu Bus has revealed he is considering a loan move in order to reignite his international career.
Bus has made only two substitute appearances in the Owls’ 13 games so far this season and has made just two further matchday squads in that time.
The 22-year-old is looking to win his first cap for Romania and admits that is unlikely as long as he is not playing regularly.
“We have spoken about going on loan but for now I am trying to concentrate here,” Bus said. “We will see if I don’t play in the next few games.
“I am very young and I need to play to get in the national team.
“I have spoken to the gaffer of the national team and they want me to play.
“I need to play for my club to play for my country.”
Bus has been capped at U17, U19 and U21 age group level for Romania but is yet to earn a senior cap.
Romania are in a three-way battle with Northern Ireland and Hungary for one of the two Group F automatic qualification spots for Euro 2016.
And Bus wants to be there. “It is a big target for me to play for my country because we have a great chance to qualify for the European League.
“It is going well for us. We have two more games but we have got a good chance to go through.
“It would mean a lot to play in France.”
“We haven’t picked up good results in the last six to seven years but I’m sure that in the years to come we will have a very good team.”