Former Huddersfield Town loan left-back Tamas Kadar is closing in on the Euro 2016 knockout stages.

The 26-year-old reported target of Burnley is a key man in the Hungary side which tops Group F.

Bernd Storck’s team, who face Portugal on Wednesday, opened up with a 2-0 win over Austria, then drew 1-1 against Iceland.

Kadar, currently playing for Polish club Lech Poznan, started both games.

He was with Newcastle United when loaned to Town in January 2011.

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The move meant a reunion with manager Lee Clark, who was a coach at Newcastle when Kadar was signed in 2008.

An injury restricted him to just two League I appearances, against Plymouth Argyle and Walsall.

Kadar played 18 times for the Magpies before a move to Dutch club Roda JC in 2012.

He joined Poznan in January 2015.

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Hungary, World Cup finalists in 1938 and 1954, are competing in their first major championships for 30 years.

Storck is a 53-year-old German who previously led the Kazakhstan national team.