Kevin Hoyos feels he is capable of competing in MLS and would love to join the competition as soon as possible.
The 20-year old California native is currently on loan at Honduran club CD Victoria from Argentine side Estudiantes de La Plata but is eyeing a potential shift to North America’s ever-growing league.
However, Hoyos admits he is planning to achieve some success with Victoria this season especially seeing he has scored six goals so far for the sixth-placed side in Liga Nacional.
“I’m concentrating on winning the league here, doing the best I can for me and the team and going back to Estudiantes in December to see if they are going to use me on the team,” Hoyos told MLSsoccer.com.
“If not, I’ve got to find a club or see if I have an offer at the end of the year.
“I’m confident that I could play there [in MLS] and it’d be kind of crazy. It’d be good to go over there to show what I can do.”
He added on his impressive loan form with Victoria: “I thought it would be hard for me to adapt, but I guess if you’re a good soccer player you can play anywhere and adapt to any place.”
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