Huddersfield Town striker Flo Bojaj is firmly on the radar of Albanian football chiefs.

It’s been an encouraging season for the former Under 17 international, who made eight appearances from the bench and earned a new contract.

Bojaj, 20, scored his first senior goal in the 3-1 home Championship win over Reading in March.

And the Kosovo-born player, signed from junior football in Hertfordshire in 2013, also helped Town’s Under 21 team seal Professional Development League II play-off success.

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Those achievements haven’t gone unnoticed in Albania, where the national team are preparing for their first European Championship finals.

It would be a big surprise if Bojaj made Italian coach Giovanni De Biasi’s squad for the tournament in France.

But going forward, it’s clear he is being tracked from Tirana.

Much-travelled Albanian striker Alban Bushi, capped 64 times, told bwin: “We are always carefully watching every Albanian player who plays abroad, especially the young talents.

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“Flo Bojaj is one of those. He is a very good, promising player and certainly one for the future of the national team and I hope he continues his progress at Huddersfield Town.”

Albania will play Switzerland (June 11), France (15) and Romania (19) at Euro 2016.

They qualified alongside Portugal from a group which also included Denmark, Serbia and Armenia.

Skippered by former Sunderland midfielder Lorik Cana, they have a rising start in teenage Inter Milan striker Rey Manaj.