Brentford may be handed a second shot at signing Toulouse striker Thijs Dallinga in the summer, with him hinting he will be looking at his future at the club.

RMC Sport have an interview with the striker today as he continues to impress in France and breaks through on the international stage.

The 23-year-old made his debut for the Netherlands back in November after impressing this season, with ten goals and two assists in 25 games in Ligue 1 to date and 15 goals and four assists in 36 games when the Europa League and Coupe de France are added into the mix.

He’s built on a superb first season at the French club last year that saw him bag 18 goals and three assists in 42 games in all competitions for the club after a move from Excelsior in 2022.

His performances have not gone unnoticed, and Brentford came calling in January, making an €18m bid that was quickly rejected as Toulouse wanted double.

Dallinga later confirmed that a bid had been rejected by the French side, with that report also claiming they’d receive a second shot in the summer.

The striker has now hinted as much too, admitting he will be looking at his future once the season comes to an end.

“Obviously, scoring goals in the European Cup helped me get to the national team,” he said.

“A few injuries helped me. But the personal performances that I have achieved have given me the assets to be able to achieve this.

“The European Cup matches are the most watched and the most interesting for them. Clearly, it helped me.

“It’s hard to say (whether he’ll move). Today is a good level for me. The Europa League allowed me to show my qualities on the European scene. After the season, we will have to think about it and think about what will happen in the future.”