Photo: Leeds winger Dallas puts club disappointment behind him in Northern Ireland training

The Leeds winger is looking ahead to the chance to make history with his country.

Leeds United's Stuart Dallas will be putting his disappointment at club level aside as he looks to make history with Northern Ireland during the international break.

There hasn't been disappointment for the 24-year-old on a personal level at Elland Road but, as a team, Leeds' form has been far from ideal so far this season.

That's why the break gives Dallas the perfect chance to get away from not being able to win at home and try and get his country into the Euro 2016 finals.

Northern Ireland currently top Group F after eight qualifying games and Dallas is already in training with his national side as they bid to secure their place in next summer's competition.

 2015/16 Chances CreatedDribblesFinal-Third PassesCrossesMinutes Played
Sam Byram 17 1 76 5 611
Stuart Dallas 13 10 66 7 833
Lewis Cook 12 8 80 1 629
Chris Wood 11 1 56 0 810
Charlie Taylor 7 8 86 5 900

As Opta stats show, Dallas has made a fine start to life at Leeds. Uwe Rosler's problem has been a lack of consistency on the opposite flank to the summer signing's.

The 24-year-old has won more dribbles and landed more crosses than any Leeds player so far this Championship season, creating more chances than anyone bar Sam Byram.

Byram tops the creativity charts but has been criticised for his form. Perhaps his lack of dribbles explains that, with Northern Ireland's Dallas beating his man nine more times so far this term.

So can the winger do the same to help produce one of his nation's finest footballing hours?

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