Football is Schmeichel's priority

Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel says that playing regular football is the most important thing to him.

Last Updated: 06/02/13 at 16:19 Post Comment

Schmeichel says that playing regular football is his priority

Schmeichel says that playing regular football is his priority

Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel is set to make his international debut for Denmark when they take on Macedonia in Skopje tonight.

He was expected to make his debut in the game against Turkey back in November, but he was forced to withdraw from the squad due to injury.

The Foxes' keeper has helped his side into second place this season and he says that although he has Premier League ambitions, playing regular football is still his main priority at the minute.

"For me personally, the playing time is the most important," he told Danish media.

He added: "Even if that means playing in a lower division, I've got to do it."


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