BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 15: Besart Berisha of the Victory looks on during the A-League Elimination Final match between the Brisbane Roar and Melbourne Victory at Suncorp Stadium on April 15, 2016 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

Melbourne Victory and Albanian striker Besart Berisha says he "would love to be an Aussie".

Berisha, who has now been playing in Australia for five years, winning two championships with the Brisbane Roar and one with Melbourne Victory, is considering becoming an Australian citizen between now and the beginning of the next A-League season.

"I am now five years here and I really enjoy every moment since day one," Berisha said.

"I would love to be an Aussie, I enjoy myself here and this is the most important.

"If I'm able to get (citizenship) I will take it. I think being Australian is good."

The move would free up a spot for another international player on Melbourne Victory's list for next season.

However, if he does make his stay in Australia a permanent one, he would still be ineligible to play for the Socceroos.

A possible change of allegiance would come after the Euros, meaning he could still play for Albanian if he gets a call up.

But the Albanian said his main focus at the moment is ensuring the Victory advance to the next stage of the Asian Champions League.

"If there is coming something after the Champions League, let's see what happens," he said.

"If they call me I am ready for them. If not, I wish them good luck."