Highly-rated defender Gabor Horvath has revealed he will travel to Fulham for a trial with the Premier League side.
Cottagers manager Roy Hodgson signed Zoltan Gera from West Brom earlier this week and he now plans to cast his eye over a second Hungarian.
Horvath is under contract with FC Fehervar until 2010 but he has been linked with a move away from his homeland after an impressive season.
He helped Fehervar to fifth in the Hungarian championship and it seems his performances were noted by Fulham scouts.
The 22-year-old has also been linked with Dutch club Sparta Rotterdam but his preference would be a move to the Premier League and he is hoping to make a good impression on a six-day trial with Fulham.
“I was informed on Monday that I have an invitation to England,” Horvath told Nemzeti Sport.
“I would like to make the best of this opportunity, I want to show my abilities to the English club.
“My dream would come true if I was told to stay in London.”