Kamil Jozwiak would be risking his Euro 2020 hopes were he to move in the January transfer window, according to his club boss.

Rovers are keen on a move for the Polish winger who has been in impressive form for Lech Poznan this season.

The 21-year-old has been capped once for his country but has scored four times in 19 appearances this season to push his claims for involvement in this summer’s tournament.

Poland qualified automatically for the Championships and have been drawn in Group E alongside with Spain and Sweden.

Rovers have enquired about a January move for Jozwiak, but Lech boss Dariusz Żuraw doesn’t feel it would be the right time for one of his key performers to move on.

Zuraw says Jozwiak hasn’t asked to leave, and that his priorities are to strengthen this month, rather than see more players depart.

He told Sport.PL: “I talked to him. Kamil knows that it is a few months to the Euro, and he really wants to go to it.

“But for him to be called, he must play regularly. Changing the club would be risky.

“He is not eager to leave. Maybe the offers were not attractive enough for him.

“It seems to me that he will stay with us and will do anything to go to the Championships in the summer and hit a big club.

“They are young boys. For the first time they had the opportunity to go abroad. Kamil trains, but you can see that sometimes thoughts run away.

“We are all unanimous - the director, CEOs and I, that we need reinforcements.”