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Callum Hudson-Odoi hasn’t been part of the England national team since he last earned a call-up back in 2019.
The Blues winger hasn’t been a part of the national team since then, as a lack of form and injury has kept him out of the Chelsea starting team since then, with Frank Lampard giving gradual progress back into the team.
However, with Hudson-Odoi now getting back to top form, he has revealed that he is keen on making the England squad for the upcoming Euros tournament.
Asked if the upcoming tournament was on his mind, Hudson-Odoi told Sky Sports: “100 per cent. It’s always been on my mind.
“I want to get back into the squad and go with them to the tournament. You take it game by game and day by day. You’ve just got to keep doing what you’re doing, and keep improving. But yes, the Euros are definitely on my mind.
“I’m not worried [my place is in jeopardy] – you have to use every opportunity. If I play the whole game or just at the end, you’ve got to show what you can do and have that belief in yourself.
“For me, I just want to make the squad but I’m taking it game by game.”