Gutted Cedric Itten has promised to continue to work hard for Rangers to earn his place back in the Switzerland.

The striker has netted three goals for his country but didn't get the call for Euro 2020 from boss Vladimir Petrokovic.

The 24-year-old has set his sights on reaching the World Cup with his homeland - but knows he needs to break into the Ibrox starting line-up.

Despite netting six goals last term, Steven Gerrard mainly used Itten as an impact substitute in the latter stages of the campaign.

He struggled to dislodge the likes of Alfredo Morelos, Jermain Defoe and Kemar Roofe through the Premiership title-winning campaign after his move from St Gallen.

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However, the Rangers frontman has vowed to put in the work to earn a recall from his country.

He told SRF: "Of course I would have loved to have been there. Representing Switzerland at such a big tournament would have been a dream.

"Unfortunately, this is not the case now. But I'm trying to work hard on myself to make it work at the next big tournament.

"I've always believed in it, but in the end it's the coach's decision and it's clear that I accept that.

"I hope that my big time in the national team will come."