Fulham goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer has dismissed burnout claims ahead of the Euro clash with FC Twente.

The Aussie says he's happy to play as many games as he can.

He told fulhamfc.com: "When you talk about the demands of the Premier League - yes, they are tough but you're playing in one of the best leagues in the world and you wouldn't expect it to be any different.

"For me, I want to play for my national team as much as possible. It's an honour for me and whenever I get the opportunity to play I will take it.

"I want to play as many games as I can and when you come to play in Europe, you just learn to adapt. A lot of it is about your mental approach and of course your fitness.

"Off the back of the season that we reached the Europa League Final, in a campaign in which I played 70 games, I went to a World Cup. If that's not enough to lift anyone then nothing will. You want to be successful and together with the Team as long as possible."