T&T forward Willis Plaza left a lasting impression on those who witnessed his performance at the OSN Cup earlier this week.

The 26-year-old is back in Trinidad after completing a six-month deal with Song Lam Nghe in Vietnam and already clubs are knocking on his door.

Plaza scored against the United Arab Emirates with his first touch of the ball last Thursday to leave the scores at 3-1 and was then fouled for Kenwyne Jones’ penalty goal.

He was also impressive in the opening stages of T&T’s 3-1 win over Saudi Arabia on Monday. So far clubs from Belgium and Holland are said to be eying the former Jabloteh player.

Central FC’s Terry Fenwick is also keen to have the player work under him again.

“I’m very happy to be back in the national team and to be playing well,” Plaza said . “This tournament was a good opportunity for us to get some match practice and we did well I thought.

Hopefully we can continue to keep improving. I am also hoping to continue my club career at a good level in order to continue my development,” Plaza said.