Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson is not worrying about a possible call up for England as it 'will take care of itself'.
Wilson is back doing what he is best at, scoring goals for the Cherries and, after over a year out with injury, that is what he wants to concentrate on at the moment.
Following his performance in the draw with Watford last Saturday there were calls for him to be in the next England squad but he was overlooked when interim boss Gareth Southgate named his squad on Sunday.
Wilson has hopes for a call up but right now is happy to be playing regularly for Bournemouth, telling the Echo: "“I’m just focusing on my club football.
"I’m trying to work hard at my game and am taking each game as it comes. Then that (England) will take care of itself. I’d love to represent my country at senior level one day. But I’m only 24, I’ve got plenty of time.”