Demetriou spent a year with Nottingham Forest and two with Swansea City before joining Cypriot club Karmiotissa in September. The centre forward moved to the UK as an 18-year old from Sydney Olympic in 2013.

Now 21, Demetriou is keen to have another crack at English football next year.

"At this point in time, we have had contact from a number of clubs back in the UK, Cyprus as well as Asia," he told FourFourTwo.

"I would like to say it's a tough decision, but it's not. I came to Cyprus to springboard my game and Karmiotissa have helped me achieve that.
"I am thankful for the things I have learnt and achieved while being here, but I would like to head back to England soon.

"I am in the best shape I've been in, and I would like to carry that momentum forward."

Demetriou feels he has unfinished business in the UK.

"After my loan fell through with Perth Glory last season, I feel like it was a sign that I had more to give on this side of the world," he said.

"I have points to prove, and I feel like I am in the best place physically and mentally to achieve that next year."

Demetriou's Karmiotissa currently sit in eighth spot on the Cypriot First Division Table. The striker said he has enjoyed his time with the club.

"Cyprus is my second home - part of the reason I chose to take the offer here at Karmiotissa amongst others," he said.

"After a whirlwind last season at Swansea City, I felt like I needed to be play regular football around familiar surroundings. Rather than return back to the A-League, it was a strategic decision to stay in Europe while I had the chance. I am enjoying my football and I am the fittest I have ever felt. 

"My coach here, Liasos Louca, has played around Europe and has loads of knowledge that he has shared with me over the last couple of months. The facilities are good, and I am learning a lot from the senior members in the team."