Montenegro goalkeeper Mladen Bozovic is set to use his country’s match against England as an audition for any Premier League club.
Sky Sports report that the 28-year-old claims he has been close to sealing a switch to England in the past, and still has ambitions to play Premier League football.
Bozovic played well in England’s previous Euro 2012 qualification matches against Montenegro, and the ‘keeper will be looking to once again stand out on the field:
“After the game at Wembley (in 2010) there was a possibility of going to England, but it did not happen,” he said.
“The Premier League is where I want to be, only the Premier League. I love the football in England and watch it all the time, I like Chelsea best of all. I played very good against England, especially at Wembley, and I am hoping if I do well again on Tuesday something will happen.”
Although Bozovic may not get his dream club of Chelsea, a strong performance against England in Podgorica will boost his chances of a Premier League club knocking on his door.
The 28-year-old currently plays for Videoton in the Hungarian league, after leaving Serbian side Partizan Belgrade in 2010. Videoton are currently 4th in the league table, but Bozovic will have to race back to Hungary if he wants to be included in his side’s match with bottom club Siofok on Friday evening.