Milan defender Fikayo Tomori admits he felt ‘frustration’ at the lack of consideration from England manager Gareth Southgate, but hopes he can still earn a place at EURO 2024.
Despite playing regularly in Serie A and the Champions League, reaching the semi-finals last season, Tomori still has only four senior caps for England, never more than one in a single calendar year.
“Has there been an element of frustration? Yeah of course,” he told reporters on international duty with the England camp ahead of Friday’s match with Malta.READ MORE
“Most players will say once you come here, you want to stay here and when you get taste for it, you want to you want to keep building on it.
“My England career’s been a bit stop start. When I was 21 and I first got called up I made a few appearances off the bench and then after the COVID year, I wasn’t playing as much so obviously, I wasn’t getting called up.
“Then I went to Milan and I’ve been in a few camps, out a few camps. But this season started off really well and I’ve have managed to play a few games and I’ve come to every camp. So yeah, it has started off well and now I just want to keep it going and play more games, get more caps.”