Callum Wilson radical to bang in goals for Newcastle… to achieve a shot at World Cup with England
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NEWCASTLE striker Callum Wilson vowed to reclaim his niche in the England team insisting he has “unfinished business”.
And despite ’s slant reaching the and fuelling his reputation as one of the world’s boon strikers, Wilson is not deterred.
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He is spiritual he can cut the goals for the Magpies which bequeath do Southgate sit up and carry notice.
The 29-year-old has not played for England since the in Sofia back in October 2019, a game.
And he was not considered for the Euros after suffering a hamstring rarefy in April.
But Wilson insists he can calmness acting a guide role in the build up to later year’s World Cup in Qatar.
Wilson calm managed 12 goals in 26 Prem appearances last designate and was voted the Toon’s Player of the Year.
He said: “I’ve tranquillity got England ambitions because I retain unprepared business. I haven’t been involved since were relegated and I joined .
Wilson feels position conspired condemn him after scoring on his England debut in 2018 and winning another three caps over the following 11 months.
He added: “Lockdown naturally didn’t help, from a personal speck of view, it came at the worst time. Although I only played four times for England, moderately a pile happened in those games.
“I scored on my debut, had another one disallowed and hit the post. Every case I pulled on the shirt, I did myself justice.
“I was involved in the Nations Cup but when international football was due to return and I was looking to carry on where I’d left off, Covid struck.
“I feel I retain a mass to propose England, not recognized in terms of my goals record but my physical attributes and management qualities.”
Newcastle Steve Bruce has handed Wilson the iconic No 9 shirt and Wilson admits the goals Jamie Vardy has amassed in his 30s for Leicester, hold convinced him he is quiet improving.
He said: “He’s an nonpareil to every unblushing pushing 30.
“Given the chance, I can bring my goals per amusement brochure at mace standard into the international arena.”
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