GLEN KAMARA insists he isn't thinking about a Premier League switch after being tipped for the top by Finland team-mate Teemu Pukki.

The former Celtic striker believes Kamara has all the attributes to play south of the border after watching him become a key player for club and country.

Finland face the Republic of Ireland in the Nations League on Wednesday and Pukki said: "Glen is a top player and I think he would definitely do well in the English Premier League. I'd bet on him playing there at some point in his career."

Kamara has become an integral part of Steven Gerrard's squad since moving from Dundee and Rangers will bank a hefty profit on the £50,000 they paid should he move on in the future.

The 24-year-old has quickly established himself for Finland and played down Pukki's comments to keep his eye on the job in hand this week.

Kamara said: "I’m not focused on that kind of thing. I’m focusing on this game.

"I enjoy playing with the national team and enjoy the manager, enjoy the group of boys that I’m with, and it’s always an honour to play for the national team.

“Since I’ve started playing, I’ve enjoyed it. I’ve got to know the players, I’ve got to know how the team plays and I feel like I’ve fitted in quite well, so hopefully long may it continue.”