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|West Ham midfielder Jack Wilshere hopes move revives his England prospects
| sbobetsh New West Ham signing Jack Wilshere says the prospect of reviving his England career was a big factor behind his decision to stay in the Premier League.The midfielder was overlooked in Gareth Southgate's 23-man England squad for the World Cup in Russia, a decision which left him "incredibly disappointed".
The omission came while Wilshere was at a crossroads in his club career, with the 26-year-old going on to end his 17-year association with Arsenal before joining West Ham on a free.Having signed a three-year deal last week, Wilshere told Sky Sports News he hopes to perform his way back into the international fold.
sbobetsh "That's a big reason why I stayed in the Premier League. I've always said before, I love playing for my country, I'm proud to do it and it's been a while since I've done it," he said."While I'm playing and I'm still fit and healthy, I want to be playing for England."Asked if Southgate has been in contact regarding his England future, Wilshere replied: "Not really, but I'm sure it's open to every English player. As long as you're playing well, you're fit, and doing well for your club that's all you can do, and then rely on the England manager to pick you."
sbobetsh Under Southgate, England enjoyed a run to the World Cup semi-finals before coming unstuck against Croatia in extra-time.Wilshere, who has played at two major tournaments for England, said he was proud of his country's effort, but denied it provided him with added motivation to force his way back into the side.