Little likely to feature against Holland

Published Tuesday, 08 May 2012
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Rangers player Andy Little is likely to be recalled to the Northern Ireland squad to face Holland in next month's friendly international in Amsterdam.

Little likely to feature against Holland
Andrew Little spoke to UTV on Tuesday. (© UTV)

The striker was back home this week after playing for the SPL side in Monday's win over Linfield.

Next month he'll be up against some of the best players in the world when NI meet the Dutch.

"The fact that it comes a week before the European Championships, I'm sure they'll all be playing for places and it will certainly be a tough match for us," Little told UTV.

"But we've had games like this in the past, we've had Italy and teams like that.

"We know what to expect so we'll go out and give it everything like we always do and for the new manager it will be good to get a look at the likes of myself."

Little could be on his way out of Ibrox as he will soon be out of contract at the troubled Glasgow giants - but he's already attracted interest from a number of clubs from the Championship in England.

He continued: "I love the city and I love being there but I really don't know, I could be moving on.

"I think I've got a real big decision to make, I would definitely find it hard to leave Rangers, or if it was my own decision to leave I think it would be a tough decision but at the same time I've got to look at myself and the chance of getting a regular game elsewhere.

"It's going to be a difficult decision for me but hopefully I can make that in the next few weeks and international football is another big thing for me and I need to do maybe what's best to try and get myself involved in that a bit more regularly."

Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill is expected to name his squad for the Holland game sometime over the next couple of weeks.

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