The winger scored a superb solo effort in the 6-0 win over Bohemians FC on Saturday.
The Arsenal manager has been suggested as a potential appointment for the Three Lions.
The former Rangers striker left Ibrox and Mark Warburton this summer.
Hadi Sacko recently joined Leeds United on a season-long loan deal from Sporting Lisbon in the summer transfer window.
The goalkeeper starred for winners Portugal at Euro 2016.
Fulham are heavily linked with Brentford’s David Button.
Manchester United star Wayne Rooney and Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli would enjoy working with Sam Allardyce for England, says Stan Collymore.
Birmingham City need to improve in the attacking areas of the pitch if they are to make progress next season.
The Newcastle United goalkeeper has been out with a knee injury since March.
Everton should make a move for West Ham United goalkeeper Darren Randolph in the summer transfer window.
Tottenham Hotspur allowed the American international to move to Newcastle United last summer.
All these darn twenty-something-year-olds around here have no idea what they’re doing.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers are already looking ahead to next summer, with Pedro Caixinha on the look out for potential additions.
The Dutchmen worked with each other at Feyenoord.
The solid right-back has been an almost ever present in Burnley's comfortable Premier League campaign while Aston Villa languish in the Championship.
'We start with a significant European footprint'.
Liverpool decided to let Mamadou Sakho join Crystal Palace on loan until the end of the season in January.
Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino is said to be interested in signing Everton's Ross Barkley this summer.
Ibrox outfit Glasgow Rangers and Mark Warburton, now at Nottingham Forest, parted company last month.
Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City are battling it out for a top four spot.
Celtic are reportedly interested in signing Jon Flanagan from Liverpool in the summer transfer window.
The 145th Open Championship has become a private party. The duel in the drizzle, 39 years on from epic events down the coast at Turnberry.
Perhaps golf can cling to the notion of there being no such thing as bad publicity. For a sport supposedly, if erroneously, the sole domain of gin drinkers and those with mild manners, its recent propensity to mingle with controversy has been quite staggering.