Hatters midfielder Cameron McGeehan is aware he faces a tough decision in the future on where his international lies.
The 20-year-old has played for Northern Ireland at U17, U19 and U21 level, but has now chosen not to represent the country and still harbours ambitions to play for England one day.
“I’m very driven and I want to play at the highest level, I still believe I can.”Cameron McGeehan
However, McGeehan could also play for Republic of Ireland, Wales and Scotland, as he said: “I still believe in my ability and one day, you never know what happens.
“You see players like Jamie Vardy, people like (Rickie) Lambert, so I would never say no to that dream of playing for England, that’s not how I’m made.
“I’m very driven and I want to play at the highest level, I still believe I can.
“I can play for England, Scotland, Republic of Ireland and Wales, so I have a bit of decision to make.
“The best thing for me to do was withdraw myself from U21 football now, play senior football and see where I am in two years.”