Congratulations are in order for West Ham United left back Aaron Cresswell, who was today named in the latest England squad.
Aaron Cresswell has been called up to represent his country in two upcoming international matches.
Cresswell is in contention for the World Cup qualifier against Scotland at Hampden Park on the Saturday 10th June and then for the international friendly against France on Tuesday 13th June.
The West Ham full back could come up against former Hammer of the Year Dimitri Payet in the clash with France, while the Scotland game could see him facing up to current Hammers winger Robert Snodgrass.
Cresswell is the only representative of West Ham in the current England squad, with Michail Antonio currently out injured.
The 27-year-old is likely to be second choice for the starting left back spot behind Southampton’s Ryan Bertrand for England and he has received his call-up due to injuries to Luke Shaw (Manchester United) and Danny Rose (Tottenham Hotspur).
Cresswell will be keen to add to his one England cap so far – the former Ipswich man came on as a substitute in England’s 2-2 friendly draw with Spain earlier this season.
Aaron Cresswell is due to team up with the rest of the England squad shortly before their Scotland match.