Kevaughn Connell has pleaded with Partick Thistle boss Ian McCall to hand him in a deal. The Trinidad and Tobago internationalist was given an extension to his Firhill trial period.
Connell said: "I think Thistle are a decent club and very professional."
"But I have an international against Haiti. And, although it is a friendly, it is vital for me as it will go along way to deciding if I play in the World Cup qualifier against Cuba in August. So the timing is not great."
Connell also featured for T&T against England in June when he came on as a second-half sub in Fabio Capello's side's 3-0 victory in Port of Spain. But he has had his hopes of making it in British football blighted by a summer injury.
The towering striker, who has played in France most recently, admitted: "The last time I played was in a friendly a month back for Trinidad, and I picked up an ankle injury and I have not been able to train or do anything until I played against Burnley last week.
"The first 25 minutes were good but after that I tired. I am hungry to play for Thistle. I am fast and strong, I score goals and I am also strong in the air."