Huddersfield Town's Aaron Mooy has been called up by Australia to face Iraq and the UAE in their upcoming 2018 World Cup Qualifiers.
The Socceroos face Iraq at the Pert Rectangular Stadium on September 1 before jetting off to Abu Dhabi to face the UAE at the Mohamed Bin Zayed Stadium on September 7.
Mooy will join up with Championship rivals Massimo Luongo (QPR) and Bailey Wright (Preston) as he looks to earn a 17th international cap - and a sixth international goal.
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Mooy's performances in the Championship for Town have impressed Austrlia boss Ange Postecoglou, but the 50-year-old says he was not surprised by how well the midfielder has adapted to English football.
He said: "I'm happy he's started the season well but I'm not surprised.
"I thought he was the best player in the A-League last year and I'm not surprised he's doing well over there. He's adapted well and the way they play at Huddersfield seems to suit him.
"If he keeps playing the way he is at the moment he'll play at a higher level."
Postecoglou believes people underestimate the quality of Austrlia's Hyundai A-League, citing Mooy's impact in the Championship as an indication of just how strong the league is.
"The A-League competition is a good competition. No-one watches as much football as I do and it can be hard watching some of these overseas leagues, the football is not that great," he said.
"The A-League as a competition stands up pretty well so if a player is doing well in the A-League there's a good chance they'll do well overseas.
"The fact is overseas clubs haven't woken up to that yet - the smart ones will."