Matej Vydra has become the latest Burnley player to be called up for international duty. 

The Clarets striker will link up with the Czech Republic for their Euro 2020 qualifiers against Bulgaria and Montenegro. 

The 27-year-old has 26 caps for his country and came off the bench in the 5-0 defeat to England at Wembley in March in their opening Group A game. 

The Czechs will face Bulgaria in Prague on Friday, June 7, before meeting Montenegro in Olomouc on Monday, June 10.

Vydra had a frustrating first season at Turf Moor after his big-money move from Derby. 

He made just three Premier League starts with his only top flight goal coming in the 4-0 win over Bournemouth back in September. 

The former Watford and West Brom man was also on target in the 1-1 Europa League draw with Olympiakos but found game-time limited thanks to the form of Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood. 

Elsewhere on the international front Tom Heaton is one of three goalkeepers in Gareth Southgate's squad for the Nations League finals. 

The Three Lions face the Netherlands in the semi-finals in Guimarães on Thursday, June 6, while hosts Portugal play Switzerland in the other last four tie the previous day.

The final and third-place play-off  of the inaugural tournament take place on Sunday, June 9.

Clarets trio of Jeff Hendrick, Robbie Brady and Kevin Long are in the Republic of Ireland squad for their Group D ties away to Denmark on June 7 and home to Gibraltar on June 10.

Dwight McNeil's season has also been extended as he is away with England's Under-20s for the Maurice Revello Toulon Tournament in the south of France. 

Paul Simpson's side open up against Japan today, then play Portugal on June 4 and Chile on June 8.

The Three Lions are looking to win the prestigious tournament for the fourth year in a row.