Manchester City midfielder Phil Foden says he is the most confident he felt in his career as he aims for a regular spot for both the club and the country. 

I want to do what I do best.

The 20-year-old earned his fourth England substitution against San Marino on Thursday and is hoping to make the squad for the European Championship this summer. He also enjoys a great form race at the club level, with Manchester City chasing an unprecedented quad. Foden could add to its international restrictions in the upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Albania and Poland. However, he also admits that there is competition for places in Southgate’s squad, and he does not envy the choices facing the boss of the Three Lions.

 

Foden feels it’s tough to get spot in national team

It’s hard to get a spot on this team, Foden said. There are so many big talents in the attacking third, so he feels sorry for him (Southgate) a little to pick 11. It’s very difficult and all he (Foden) can do is keep fighting for his place. That’s all he can really do. “When you’re in good shape, your confidence is always higher than usual, so yeah, I feel full of confidence at the moment and I really enjoy my games. So this is the most confident I’ve felt in my career? Probably – yes. It’s hard to say uncontrollably, but I feel like I’m full of confidence. ” he said it was very important to fit in with your club. He just wants to take this form in England. Some players in the past have struggled with doing for their clubs and with England, so he wants to take shape and hopefully just play the same way. “I want to do what I do best. According to him, if he is not chosen, he will continue to work hard and strive to improve. I’m only 20 yet and I have a lot to improve.”