Kevin Mirallas admits he could have to consider leaving Everton in January to guarantee a place in Belgium’s Euro 2016 squad.

The £6m signing has not started a Premier League match since his red card against Swansea on September 19.

The Everton star will play for the Red Devils against Italy in Brussels on Friday.

And the 28-year-old, who joined from Olympiacos in August 2012, told La Derniere Heure: “We have taken up the subject with Roberto Martinez.

“September and October have been long months for me.

“I was suspended for three months for a tackle when I was a bit over-excited (against Swansea) and when I came back, the team had turned the corner.

“Given the situation with my club, it will do me some good to get some game time and show what I can do with the national team.

“For now, I am not thinking about my place in the national side. But, in January, if my situation has not changed, I will undoubtedly have to ask myself questions and maybe think about leaving.”