The 21-year-old Tom Rogic is someone who is seen as a future star for the Australian national team. After signing for Scottish club Celtic in January 2013, he finally made the move to European football.

However, he did not get regular game time in his spell at Celtic, which led to the loan move back to Australia's A-league. He has returned with Melbourne Victory in the hope of playing regularly and impress national team manager Ange Postecoglou. The upcoming World Cup 2014 is seen as a major chance for Rogic to show his full potential.

He has made eight appearances for the national team since his debut in 2012, but his place in the World Cup 2014 squad still is in doubt. Rogic should play regularly for Melbourne Victory and show what he can do according to Postecoglou. Melbourne Victory will take on Sydney FC in a league match and the 21-year-old is expected to make his debut. The next six months will be crucial, but Postecoglou is expected to decide his squad at the end of March. After two victories in the last two friendly matches, Australia will play against Croatia.

This is expected to be their final friendly match before playing at the World Cup in the opening match against Chile. This will be followed by two big matches against Netherlands and Spain.

"It's pleasing that Tom will play some football that was obviously what the priority was from my perspective in a World Cup year to get some regular football under his belt. I'm pleased that that opportunity has been given to him. But that's part one of the equation. Part two is now he's got to play some good football like everyone else. Melbourne Victory is a good club and more importantly the A-League will be good test for him as a competition,'' Postecoglou said.