Adrian comments on his Euro 2016 chances for Spain, says he is ready

Adrian

The West Ham goalkeeper has been in excellent form this season.

West Ham United goalie Adrian has told Marca that he is hopeful of a call-up to the Spain side for this summer's European Championships in France.

West Ham are having an excellent season in the Premier League and it is looking increasingly likely that they might even find their way into the Champions League for next season.

The form of players such as Dimitri Payet, Aaron Cresswell, Michail Antonio and Mark Noble has even seen calls from international fans to have them called up to international duty.

Whilst these four will all have lingering hopes of heading to France in the summer there must also be hope for their outstanding goalkeeper Adrian.

The Spaniard has been incredible this season but remains uncapped by Spain.

His recent form though has been noticed and he might even sneak his way into the Spanish squad for the competition.

The keeper himself spoke to Marca this week about his international aspirations:

"I do not know if I deserve it , I'm not the manager, he decides.

"I work hard so that my name will be called and, after three seasons here, I think I'm qualified.

"There is enough competition in goal and to even be among the candidates makes me proud.

"I hope that a day will come that I get the call, hopefully it is sooner rather than later."

He of course has plenty of competition. The current number one is captain Iker Casillas. Behind him is Manchester United's outstanding stopper David de Gea. So he is fighting for the third-choice berth with Sevilla's Sergio Rico, Villarreal's Sergio Asenjo and potentially Victor Valdes.

If Adrian can continue his current form he might just sneak into the reckoning.

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