Liverpool’s Emre Can has stated that he is aiming for two wins and six points this week as Germany take on Poland and Scotland.
The 21-year-old also is aiming to make his first international appearance for the Germany national team.
“Two wins, six points and a big step towards France. That is what we want and we know we have the quality to produce,” Can said when asked about his aims over the coming seven days by dfb.com.
“Personally, I really hope that I can make my senior international debut for Germany.”
Can can make he senior debut against Poland today or Scotland on Tuesday. The 21-year-old also featured in Germany u21’s European Championship campaign in the Czech Republic earlier this summer.
Can scored a goal in his sides opening game and provided an assist in the second group game.
Germany are second in Group D with 13 points in six games. The 2014 World Cup winners have won their last three group games.
Can came off at half time during the Red’s 3-0 defeat at the hands of West Ham United last weekend.