Amari’i Bell faces a busy few months and will hope a second international call-up for Jamaica can help in his quest to find a new club.

Bell has been named in the Reggae Boyz squad for their three upcoming fixtures having made his debut in March.

The 27-year-old will leave Rovers at the end of his contract, departing one game short of 100 appearances for the club after joining from Fleetwood Town in January 2018.

He started the final three matches of the season for Rovers, but his departure is set to be confirmed when Rovers publish their retained list.

Bell will take in a short break before joining up with the Jamaica national squad having pledged his allegiance to them in March, making his debut when playing the full match against USA in Austria.

That ended in a 4-1 defeat for the Reggae Boyz who included several English-based players in their squad, including former Rovers loanee Kasey Palmer.

Jamaica face a busy spell of matches, with three games scheduled for June, before the CONCACAF Gold Cup starts in July, and then the 2022 World Cup qualifiers get under way in September.

Bell is included in the 30-man squad that will depart for Japan later this month ahead of matches against Japan (June 3), Serbia (June 7) and Japan Under-23s (June 12).

“This is an important year for the Reggae Boyz. We will be very busy during the second half of this year,” Jamaica coach Theodore Whitemore said.

“We welcome the two matches against Japan and Serbia. These are important games to fine-tune preparations for the Gold Cup.

“We anticipate a very competitive roster. Each player, domestic and foreign-based, must use every available opportunity to perform and press their case for selection. We have spent the last three years looking, moulding and preparing. Now is the time to deliver.

“We need each player to challenge himself and take responsibility, to be accountable on and off the pitch for performance and conduct. The standards and expectations are high.”