St Mirren supervisor Stephen Robinson has backed new signing Keanu Baccus to grow to be a totally fledged Australia worldwide.
The 24-year-old midfielder has joined the cinch Premiership membership on a two-year contract following greater than seven years with Western Sydney Wanderers.
Baccus has beforehand been capped for Australia at under-20 and under-23 stage, together with on the 2021 Olympics.
And with greater than 100 A-League appearances to his title, Robinson believes his new recruit can use his transfer to Paisley to spice up his prospects of getting recognition with the senior Socceroos staff.
“Keanu will present an actual power and high quality to the staff,” Robinson instructed the St Mirren web site.
“He is an actual athlete and will get in regards to the pitch nicely. We imagine he can go on to be a full Australian worldwide.
“He is younger however he’ll carry plenty of good qualities and can improve, not simply our staff, however the Scottish recreation.”
Baccus will be part of up with the St Mirren squad as soon as vital visa approval is accomplished in Australia, with the membership hoping he will probably be accessible to journey to their pre-season coaching camp in Belfast.