Tim Cahill says his move from Melbourne City to Milwall will push him to a higher level in his pursuit of a World Cup call up for Russia 2018.
Melbourne City manager Warren Joyce wishes Tim Cahill the best in the future and hopes he features in his fourth World Cup for Australia.
The FC crew explain why Australia's outlook at the World Cup is dreary after being drawn with France, Peru and Denmark. Tim Cahill has three club games in a week to impress new national team boss Bert van Marwijk and make Australia's squad for March friendlies with Norway and Colombia.
And while Van Marwijk might just select Australia's all-time leading scorer on reputation alone, there's no doubting the 38-year-old needs game time at club level if he's to make an impact in Russia for the Socceroos.
Van Marwijk is due to name an extended 30-man squad -- with the potential for a few more -- in the first week of March.