Derby County’s Krystian Bielik is keen to impress whilst with the Polish national team during the third international break of the season as he looks to force his way into their plans for the upcoming 2020 European Championships.

Poland have already qualified from Group G ahead of their final two games of the qualification stage and will be in December’s draw for the competition.

Bielik, who has played for every age group, has two senior caps to his name and will be hoping to earn more as they face Israel and Slovenia in the coming days.

His debut came against Slovenia back in September as he was introduced as a second half substitute, whilst his only start for Poland came days later against Austria.

The midfielder, who can also operate at centre half, has been in impressive form for the Rams so far this season and he is hoping he can take that on to the international stage as he looks to impress Jerzy Brzęczek ahead of the finals.

“Our first game is away against Isreal and then our second is at home to Slovenia so I’m looking forward to getting in minutes for Poland if I can,” he told RamsTV.

“The manager can try new things, change some players, let them play and let them get some minutes to make them more confident so it’s positive.

“There are new players coming for these two games, so I’m looking forward to it. We have qualified but we want to get another six points in the next two games.

“I will do my best, as I do in every game. I have good feelings and I hope that if I will be fit and I play for Derby and Poland then I will let the manager think about me and I hope that I am there.”