West Ham United duo Mark Noble and Aaron Cresswell have both been tipped to earn England places.
Noble and Cresswell have never been capped for their country before, but they have enjoyed fantastic seasons so far.
Noble has been a revelation in the heart of West Ham’s midfield, while Cresswell has provided the London side with a lot of attacking threat from full-back.
And Bilic said: "Mark is having a fantastic season and I haven’t seen many midfielders playing as well and being as consistent as he is. He is a leader who is playing fantastically. I feel that he and Creswell should both be selected for the squad.”
Noble has been handed the captain’s armband by West Ham this season, and he has thrived in the role.
With increased responsibility, Noble has led by example and he is arguably having his finest ever season at Upton Park.
Cresswell, meanwhile, has proven to be a very reliable defender ever since he moved to West Ham back in 2014.
The former Ipswich Town man has earned himself a reputation as one of the finest left-backs in the Premier League, and he seems to be getting even stronger with more experience.
Noble’s and Cresswell’s good form has helped West Ham have a memorable season to date, which has seen them rise to within one point of the Champions League qualification spaces.