In France’s 2-0 friendly win last week over the Netherlands, Remy got his 22nd international cap as a substitute, but pay per head services saw that the player only started one time during his side’s qualifying campaign for the finals.
The 27-year-old, who is on loan at Newcastle from QPR and is very famous with price per head services, was able to score 13 Premier League goals this season, and is aware of the need to keep his performance level up in order to earn a place in the France squad.
The Newcastle forward is competing with the likes of Antoine Griezmann, Franck Ribery, Mathieu Valbuena, and Samir Nasri for an attacking role, but is determined to make it to the Work Cup – something that many fans and pay per head services would like to see happen.
“I have no choice, I have to go,” Remy told France Football magazine. “I don’t have any guarantee (of making the squad).
“Places are hard to come by. Deschamps is fair, he does things transparently.
“I have to continue playing well, scoring. There is a place there to take.
“I will do everything to be there.”
Remy also said that he does not expect to play at Newcastle next season, and suggested that he could make a move to a big European club, and price per head services would really like to see where he could go.
“I will be part of Europe’s top five or I will be part of a very big club,” he added. “I’m sure of what I can do.
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“I can be a lot better. I still have quite an enormous amount of room for improvement.”
Pay per head services can’t wait to see what lies ahead for Remy, and will closely follow developments on the player.