The Blackburn Rovers midfielder has been a big hit during a loan spell at League Two side Accrington Stanley and it has not gone unnoticed by the Welsh.

They have done their homework and discovered Griffiths' Welsh link through his grandfather.

Griffiths has also represented Australia at under 17 level but hasn't figured recently in any of the Australian squads.

However, after a long spell out in the cold it seems the green and gold powers that be are eyeing him up once again.

Wales Under-21 boss Brian Flynn recently met with the midfielder to let him know his progress was being tracked and a difficult decision is looming.

Griffiths told the Lancashire Telegraph: “I’m having a bit of a think at the moment about what to do but we’ll have to see. No-one’s made a definite move for me yet.

“I know that Wales haven’t got any more serious games until next year, March time I think.

“But Australia have got friendlies all the time with the Under 23s and the first team."

It seems Australia are in no mood to lose Griffiths without a fight and talks are planned in the not too distant future.

He added: “The problem, obviously, is with Australia being so far away.

"So unless they’re playing over in Europe the difficulty is getting there. But I’ve got a meeting with them soon so we’ll see what happens."