It has been a frustrating debut season for Rangers forward Eros Grezda. After moving to Scotland from Osijek in the summer, Grezda was hoping to kick on at Rangers.
But a combination of injuries and a lack of consistency have seen him limited to just 15 appearances and two goals.
Grezda scored both of his goals in the 7-1 win over Motherwell in November but injury ruled him out from Christmas until his return last weekend.
After nearly three months out, the Albania international would have been delighted to get 45 minutes under his belt in last weekend’s 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock.
And now the 23-year-old needs to show Steven Gerrard why he should be back in his plans during the international break.
Despite being out injured for a lengthy period of time, Grezda has been selected in the Albania squad for their upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers.
Christian Panucci’s men host Turkey on Friday before travelling to Andorra on Monday in the European Championship qualifying matches.
Grezda might not be deemed fit enough to start yet but he will almost certainly play a part in both matches as he is one of Albania’s top players.
If he can impress against Turkey and Andorra, it might turn Gerrard’s head and get him more playing time at Rangers.