The recent signing for Brighton will be looking to make an impact in France.
The European Championships in France are coming up and whilst much of the attention will be on those players who ply their trade in some of the best leagues in the world, there will be plenty of players from the Championship involved as well.
So who makes our list of the top ten players at the Euros from England’s second tier?
The likes of Wolves Dave Edwards, Derby’s Jeff Hendrick and Burnley’s Tom Heaton have all missed out – so who comes in at number five?
Jiri Skalak – Brighton and Czech Republic
The Brighton winger only arrived in England in February from Mlada Boleslav and, after an intial settling in period, soon showed what he was capable of from the wing.
A direct and dangerous wide-man who can use either foot he carries an obvious goal threat for the Czechs.
Relatively new to international football, having only made his debut a year ago, expect the Brighton man to be used as an impact sub by Pavel Vrba in France.
If he can play to his best ability, then there is no doubt that the Czech’s have an excellent asset on their side.