Kevin Molino missed this country’s two closing matches for 2013 against Jamaica due to being inactive at the club level.
But having now re-signed with American club Orlando City, Molino is hopes that being on duty with the USL, soon to be MLS club, will remind head coach Stephen Hart of his capabilities.
Molino is particularly eyeing the June 4 and 8 friendlies with Argentina and Iran.
“I want to be back in the squad for sure for those two games. It’s going to be a great experience I will not want to miss out. Hopefully I’m injury free at the time when the squad is being selected and I hope we can go with the best available squad. Those games will be very, very big for our country,” said Molino.
The 23-year-old from Carenage, signed a four-year deal with Orlando a few weeks ago which will see him at the club as they head into the MLS in 2015.
T&T head coach Stephen Hart will continue to monitor the pool of T&T players both at home and abroad. There is no word to date on whether there will be game during the March FIFA window but Hart intends to have the best possible team ready for two friendlies in June.