Date: 20th March 2009 at 4:11pm
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7 goals in his last 10 games have jet propelled Watford striker Tamas Priskin back onto the Hungarian international scene after a 6 month absence out in the Eastern block cold.

The Hornets young Hungarian hitman has been included in the 21-man national-team squad to face Albania in a friendly next week and will play a part in the World Cup Qualifier Group 1 clash with Malta on April 1.

It`s great news for bang in form Priskin who, despite a decent record for the national team with 7 goals in 18 games, had missed out national team squad selection for the last 6 internationals – including 4 World Cup qualifiers!

Also in the squad are Sunderland keeper Martin Fulop, Cardiff`s no nonsense centre back Gabor Gyepes, Hull`s Peter Halmosi and Zolton Gera of Fulham.