Qatar SC may hand attacking midfielder Michael Babatunde a new and improved deal following his exploits in his debut season.

The Nigerian international, who emerged as Qatar SC's player of the season is also reported to be attracting interests from a couple of clubs in Europe.

Babatunde is also concerned about making a return to the Super Eagles.

"I had a good season but it's not enough to have a good season and be left out of your national team," he began in an interview.

"I'm happy we gained promotion but I want to build on that form so I can get a chance to represent my country,"

"I have been approached by several teams but I want to make a decision that will boost my chances of making a return back to the team."

Babatunde with his 25 league goals, is Nigeria’s top scorer abroad as he is ahead of the trio of Kayode Olanrewaju (22 goals), Henry Onyekuru (22 goals) and Anthony Nwakeme (18 goals), who have all been getting top reviews.