"I'm probably cutting off my nose to spite my face saying this, but it surprises me they haven't had a look at him," Kosmina told the Sydney Morning Herald. "'Tezza' is one of the most genuine footballers I've ever come across, and he's playing really well at the moment.
"If he can get success, good luck to him. And it'll be good for his development. He'll improve as a player if he starts playing for his national team."