CALLUM Styles helped Hungary to the brink of qualification for next summer’s Euros this week.
The Barnsley midfielder started in the 2-1 home win over Serbia on Saturday.
He then was dropped to the bench in Lithuania on Tuesday but came on at half-time at 2-0 down and helped them draw 2-2.
They are top of their group and need a point from their final two games next month to reach the finals in Germany next summer. Barnsley head coach Neill Collins told the Chronicle: “Callum is doing really well to earn that opportunity.
“They just have to get that last point but I believe they will be at the Euros and so will Callum. He will be the first to admit the club and his team-mates have helped him get there. Other guys in the team have international ambitions so they should look at Callum and know you can play in League One and achieve those goals.”
Collins added: “It’s great for us to have someone who is playing such big games.
“I gave him Thursday off because he has done a lot of travelling. I believe he will be perfectly fine for Saturday.
“He’s been doing well for Hungary but his form for us has been very good as well.
“Since he came on as a sub against Portsmouth, he hasn’t looked back.
“Callum has a big future ahead.”