Last Updated: Fri, 09 Mar 2012 10:21
QPR midfielder Akos Buzsaky is looking forward to crossing swords with international team mate Adam Bogdan this weekend.
The clash at the Reebok Stadium is vital to both QPR and to home side Bolton as the pair fight for their lives in the Premier League but the two Hungarians in action will be a little side show.
Buzsaky has been back in the side following the introduction of new boss Mark Hughes, under former manager Neil Warnock he did not get much playing time, but since Hughes took over in January Buzsaky has had a chance to shine.
This earned him a call-up into the Hungarian national squad for their 1-1 draw against Bulgaria last month and he is looking forward to taking on his international team mate this weekend.
He told Eatsleepsport: "It is going to be exciting, Adam in Bolton colours, and me in the QPR jersey. He is a brilliant goalkeeper in a good form, but it is not a secret that we would like to win this game - we are preparing for the challenge accordingly."
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