The striker recently shook off a hamstring injury to resume club action with his Swiss club FC Luzern and has now linked up with the Socceroos camp ahead of next week's friendly against Kuwait.

However, Juric has previously been linked with moves to England and Germany, while he almost joined Swiss giants Basel in August.

The ex-Wanderers forward is out of contract at the end of this season and, now 27, is arguably at the peak of his powers having overcome injury.

"Up until now things have gone quite well," Juric said.

"The Asian Cup and Asian Champions League to my name which is something I'm very proud of.

"I'm definitely looking forward to going into this next tournament this Asian Cup in the UAE to make sure we make a big impact and go all the way to th final. It's my goal.

"I definitely think there's a lot more for me to give in the future. Hopefully i can build on what I've been doing at my club and see where it takes me."

Juric said the Socceroos were expecting a challenging assignment in the Middle East against Kuwait, despite their world ranking of 159th.

"Obviously it's going to be a difficult match," Juric said.

"Like always, we look at the conditions we're facing, that's why we're here training in this weather to get used to it.

"It's going to be difficult on our opponent. At the moment we don't know much about them but we'll get familiar with them throughout the week.

"They'll definitely give us a dififcult game. They're more used to this climate than we are."

The Socceroos will play Kuwait from 3:30am AEDT on Tuesday morning.