Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham has told The Scottish Sun that he wants to play for the England national team in the coming years.
Foderingham, who joined Scottish Championship outfit Rangers in the summer transfer window, has played for England at the Under-16, Under-17 and Under-19 levels.
The 24-year-old has revealed that he fosters a long-term ambition of playing for the Three Lions’ senior team.
“It is something I am always going to work towards,” Foderingham told The Scottish Sun regarding playing for England.
“I don’t see why I won’t get the opportunity if I continue to play well, progress and get into the Premiership and then Europe with Rangers. After that, it’s down to me and my performances.”
Foderingham has been playing well for Rangers this season and has established himself as a key player in Mark Warburton’s side.
Playing in the Scottish Championship is not going to help the former Fulham and Crystal Palace prospect earn a place in the England national team, though.
However, if Rangers get promoted to the Scottish Premiership and Foderingham does well, then he will certainly come on England’s radar.
Rangers are at the top of the Scottish Championship table at the moment with 40 points from 15 matches, just three points above second-place Hibernian.