Wolverhampton Wanderers youngster says he is enjoying his time on loan at Czech side Karvina, but admits the league is challenging.
Attacking midfielder Herc has clocked up 27 appearances across all competitions so far, and scored six goals.
The Slovakian youth international joined Wolves from FC Nitra back in 2015.
He is yet to make a first-team appearance back at Molineux.
On his stint in the Czech Republic so far, Herc said (via the Wolves official website): “If I had to compare the Czech Republic and Slovak, then I would say the Czech league is much harder because there’s a lot of fight and intensity.
“The league is harder and more challenging, so it allows for me to react quicker, learn more and be quicker on the ball.”
Speaking about his future with Wolves, Herc said: “That’s not for me to say. I want to focus on Karvina and finishing the season well for now.
“When my loan comes to an end, then it would be a good time to talk about what’s next. I’ll be talking to Wolves about what will happen in the summer and what’s the best thing for me.”
Big push by Herc needed
Herc is 22 now so one gets the feeling time is rapidly running out for him to stake a claim to be in the first-team.
He’s yet to make a first-team appearance for the club, so he might find it diffcult from here.
He’ll need a barnstorming finish to the season with Karvina if he is to encourage Nuno Espirito Santo to take a chance on him.