Winger wants to go to the World Cup
Despite being absent from the international fold for over a year, Melbourne Victory attacker Harry Kewell is targeting a spot in Holger Osieck’s World Cup squad.
Kewell,34, knows the key to being in Osieck’s thoughts is consistent performances at club level, something he has set his mind to.
Speaking to Goal Australia he said: ” First and foremost I have to play well for my club; if I do that then I have a chance.
“100 percent I want to be there, just like every player who wants to be there [at the World Cup], I’m no different, in fact I probably want it more than anyone else,
“I have come to Heart because I believe in their structure and I believe in what they are trying to do here.”
Aside from the World Cup, the veteran feels he still has a point to prove:
“I have had ups and downs in my career,But now I think it’s the time for me to step up again and not only show the country and Melbourne Heart fans, but even myself that I can go out there and enjoy the game and still play at a high level.”