Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Nélson Semedo is keen on representing Portugal at the Euros in the summer.

Roberto Martínez has included the right-back in his squad for the ongoing international break after not selecting him for the two European qualifiers last November.

Semedo started for his country in their 5-2 friendly win over Sweden on Thursday and after the tie, he talked about his life at Wolves and O Jogo have relayed his comments.

The former Barcelona man has been the first-choice right-back for Gary O’Neil this season, with 32 appearances, managing a goal and an assist in the process. He’s keen to give his best in order to make it to Martínez’s final squad for the European championship.

“It’s been going well at Wolverhampton and this call-up helps. This is the last stage before the final selection, we have two months until the season ends and I will give my all to have a place on the list,” he said.

Portugal have won all 11 games managed by Martínez so far, conceding only four goals. Despite the impressive run under the Spaniard, the Wolves defender claims “there are things to be fine-tuned” with the national team.

“We conceded two goals [against Sweden] and we have to try to control the ball more. Leading 3-0 at half-time, we needed to have more possession of the ball and control the game better,” Semedo explained.

Given he’s desperate to be in that Euros squad, that can only motivate him to play even better for Wolves.