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.
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.