Teerasil Dangda has backed himself and Adisak Kraisorn to form a potent partnership for Thailand ahead of 2018 World Cup and 2019 Asian Cup joint qualifiers.
The 26-year-old forward received a call-up to the national team in March after he missed out the 2014 AFF Suzuki Cup and was replaced by Adisak Kraisorn following his departure to Almeria last year.
But having featured on a more regular basis with The War Elephants in recent weeks, the Muangthong United attacker is confident in his ability to form a partnership with Adisak that can flourish.
“I have no problems with Adisak, “said Teerasil. “Personally, I can play with anyone because we have the same goal. However, it depends on the coach’s tactics.”
Thailand will play a warm-up match against North Korea on May 20 before starting their qualifying campaign versus Vietnam at Rajamangala National Stadium in Bangkok four days later.