Callum Styles could this month become the first ever footballer on the books at Barnsley FC to play in a European Championship but his club future remains uncertain.

Hungary – for whom Styles has 20 caps – play a friendly in Dublin on Tuesday against the Republic of Ireland then host Israel in their final pre-tournament game on Saturday before beginning a Euros group against Switzerland, hosts Germany and Scotland.

The 24-year-old – who has been with the Reds for six seasons but loaned up to the Championship in the last two – has a year remaining on his current contract, thought to be one of the most lucrative at Oakwell. He spent the second half of last season on loan to Sunderland.

If no acceptable bids come in for him, following his performances in Germany, Styles is set to return to Oakwell for pre-season under Darrell Clarke who would be his eighth permanent Reds head coach.

Styles was asked about his future in the build-up to the Euros and said: “I haven’t really thought about it, as I’ve been focusing on playing. Sunderland have Premier League ambitions so I’d love to stay longer, but there are lots of factors that could result in different scenarios. We’ll see.

“I just want to play some minutes at the Euros. The main aim is to get out of the group, as that’s when the real games start to happen.”