West Ham striker Jarrod Bowen is putting his feet on the ground despite talks about his England call-up.
There have been reports that the player is going to be considered by manager Gareth Southgate for their next tie but in an interview with Footy.com, the player is currently concentrating on being better.
“I just want to develop my game and be the best version of me. Last season was my first full season in the Premier League which was always going to be new to me. Then this season was about improving again and trying to do what I know I can do, what I’ve got in the locker so to speak, and being the best I can be.
“I’ve got a long way to go, and a lot more to come from my side, and I’m happy with how it’s going right now. It’s every boy’s dream to play for their national team and it’s one of my dreams. All I’m doing is playing my game to the ability that I know I can play at and I want to stick at.
“So if an England call-up happened I’d love it. It’s a long time to the international break so my focus now is pushing this team into the top four and if a call-up happens I’d be delighted,” he said.
The 25-year-old was a deadline-day signing from Hull two years ago and has been one of the most outstanding players in the Premier League this season.