David Gold reacts on Twitter to Aaron Cresswell's England omission

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The West Ham co-owner responded to the left-back not being called up by Roy Hodgson once again.

David Gold has responded on Twitter to Aaron Cresswell's latest omission from the England squad.

The West Ham United left-back has been in fine form this season, winning the Hammers' player of the year award - but Three Lions boss Roy Hodgson has once again overlooked him.

Southampton's Ryan Bertrand has this time been given the nod - rightly - but many have questioned the inclusion of Arsenal's Kieran Gibbs ahead of the likes of Cresswell or Tottenham Hotspur's Danny Rose.

And, when asked on Twitter what he thought the West Ham defender would have to do to get into the England squad, Gold responded with five simple words.

Many Hammers supporters were far more vocal on social media with regards to their thoughts on the 25-year-old's latest omission, with plenty accusing Hodgson of holding a 'big-club bias' against the likes of West Ham.

The east London side finish their Premier League campaign against Sam Allardyce's old side Newcastle United, with plenty of pre-match speculation suggesting the 60-year-old would love to see the club that sacked him get relegated from the top flight (again).

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