MILLWALL striker Ricardo Fuller could be faced with a dilemma if he is recalled to the Jamaican national team later this season.
Reggae Boyz coach Winfried Schäfer wants to bring Fuller back into the fold and intends to name the striker in his next squad.
Fuller, who was raised in Tivoli Gardens, Kingston, has scored nine goals in 73 appearances for his country but has not be involved in recent fixtures.
And the 34-year-old is unsure whether travelling to the Caribbean for matches would be detrimental to his club career.
Lions manager Ian Holloway told the Southwark News: "Jamaica might want to call him up soon and I've had a chat with their national team manager about that.
"I think they saw him come off the bench and score those two brilliant goals against Wolves the other week, and now he's in their thoughts again.
"All that flying might not be good for him and I think Ric himself knows that. He is not ready to fly over there just to come off the bench and play 20 minutes.
"Fuller is gradually getting fitter and fitter and with him, Lee Gregory and Lee Martin up front, we've got a good balance to our forward line at the minute."