Getting involved in the international set-up isn't in the forefront of Josh Dasilva's plans just yet as he focusses his efforts with Brentford.

It has been quite a season for the youngster, who has been instrumental in Brentford’s promotion surge.

After a lack of game time at Arsenal, the midfielder moved to Brentford in August 2018 in search of regular first-team opportunities.

Dasilva, 21, has scored six goals and has created three assists this season, helping the Bees to an inviting fourth place in the table, just two points off of the automatic promotion spots.

Despite his impressive performances for Brentford leading to speculation about an international call-up, Dasilva has insisted that he is focused on the task ahead with Brentford.

“I haven’t really been thinking about it”.

“England would be fantastic, but I feel like my performances this season will take care of that”, he said.

“I don’t want to put added pressure on myself thinking about that, I just do what I have to do for Brentford and hopefully the manager can see that and he’ll put me in the squad as a result”.

“If I get picked, then I would be delighted, and if I don’t then I will just keep working and I will see where that gets me”, he added.

However, England isn’t the only option for the young prospect. Although Dasilva has been capped nine times for England U20, he is also eligible to play for Angola courtesy of his parents.

When asked about the potential to represent Angola, Dasilva was very much open to the opportunity.

“I am Angolan”, he said.

“My parents are Angolan, they are proud of where they come from and I am proud to be Angolan”.

“I haven’t had any contact, so I am not really sure what the situation is there, but if the opportunity does come up we will see”.