MILOS Kerkez will be looking to help Hungary clinch their spot at Euro 2024 later today.

Cherries’ left-back has been a regular for his nation in recent months and will be expected to feature against Bulgaria in Sofia (5pm).

Hungary currently sit top of Group G, knowing just one point from their final two qualification matches will seal their spot at next summer’s finals in Germany.

Bulgaria sit bottom of the group and winless.

Born in Serbia, Kerkez, 20, opted to play internationally for Hungary and has 12 senior caps.

The highly-rated youngster burst onto the Premier League scene this season after Cherries snapped him up for a reported £15.5million from AZ Alkmaar.

He made an instant impact with his high-energy displays from full-back and has featured in all but one of the club’s 15 matches so far this season, starting 12.

Discussing life in English football, compared to internationals, Kerkez said: “The Premier League is intense, it’s hard.

“It’s 95 minutes you have to be on.

“The manager is demanding from me and I want to do everything the boss wants from me.

“It is intense, it’s physical to be 95 minutes on, 100 per cent.

“Because one moment can take you away in the Premier League. That’s what also happened for me against Brentford, when I got tired a little bit in the last 10 minutes.

“I just try to give always 100 per cent to help the team.

“I do what’s necessary, defend hard and try to support attacks as much as I can.”

Kerkez added: “The national team is a special moment always for every player.

“I feel when you play for your country, you want to give 100 per cent and that’s how I feel.”