"Yeah, it’s great, after what’s been quite a journey for me really. I went from starting a game against France in the Stade de France in the June (2017) and that’s when I was really looking to push on and stake my claim for the World Cup the following year.

"Then, in the September, I picked up my injury, which was a complicated one and took a long while to get right, and I missed out on a place in Russia.

"Of course, I was disappointed at the time, but you learn a lot about yourself during times like that and I think I’ve come back stronger, both physically and mentally.

"During the first half of this season, I wasn’t playing and you feel like you’re a long way off it, but then since December, I’ve been back in and happy with my form and it’s great to be back.

"It was good to be back in the squad for the March camp and it felt like I’d never been away."

"I had seven days off after the end of the season, as did the other lads who reported for the first camp and it was just about getting us back up to speed and sharpness."

"Jordan is number one at the moment and rightly so.

"His performances for England have been excellent, so for me it’s about having a good few weeks and putting in the level of performances in training that can help have an impact on that and make sure whoever plays goes into the game as prepared as they can be.

"There's an understanding that we all want to play, as we all play for our clubs and we’re all looking to be in the team, but at the same time the manager makes that decision.

"We all have an excellent relationship, we all get on. Everyone has that respect, which is important.

"We’ve all got that support either side of that to do our own thing.

"We just have a good crack out there in training and you can see the camaraderie that we have and that competition can only bring out the best in everyone."