Two-time Socceroos striker Eli Babalj has gone on trial with Czech top flight club Mlada Boleslav.
Babalj has endured a difficult five years since leaving Melbourne Heart (City) for Red Star Belgrade after a breakthrough campaign in 2012.
The talented 25-year-old forward has been without a club since leaving Adelaide United at the end of their AFC Champions League campaign this year.
Babalj has linked up with ex-Heart teammate Golgol Mebrahtu at Mlada Boleslav.
Mebrahtu has revitalised his career in the Czech Republic, netting 10 goals last season and already scoring three times in the Europa League this campaign.
The Czech club signed Russian striker Nikolay Komlichenko earlier this week as they seek to boost their forward options.
Babalj has had a turbulent career since leaving Heart in 2012, with injuries hampering his progress in the Netherlands with AZ Alkmaar and PEC Zwolle after initially moving to Serbia with Red Star.
The Sarajevo-born Perth-raised striker earned two caps for Australia in 2012, scoring twice in East Asian Cup qualifiers.
Mlada Boleslav finished fourth in the Czech First League in 2016-17 and are up against Albanian club KF Skënderbeu Korçë in the third qualifying round of the Europa League, having won the first leg 2-1 last week.