Nathan Dyer feels concentrating on high-flying Swansea is the way to satisfying his England dream.
The in-structure Dyer scored twice in the 3-0 home triumph over West Brom on Saturday which quickly took Swansea to the highest point of the Barclays Premier League before Chelsea won 6-3 at Everton.
The past week Dyer scored the champ against Burnley and a few savants felt the 26-year-old was disastrous to not make Roy Hodgson’s England squad for one week from now’s agreeable against Norway and the opening Euro 2016 qualifier in Switzerland on September 8.
Hodgson’s wide alternatives incorporate Andros Townsend and James Milner despite the fact that not one or the other player has begun a Premier League diversion this season, and Swansea supervisor Garry Monk said on Saturday that his two wingers, Dyer and Wayne Routledge, could check themselves unfortunate not to make the England squad on ebb and flow structure.
Anyhow Dyer says everything he can do to win an England call-up is continue performing great for a Swansea side who have won their opening three recreations and will head to Chelsea after the universal break loaded with certainty.
“Clearly it would be a honor to play for England and any player would love to play for their nation,” Dyer said.
“I’m one of them however I’ve got no say what happens and whatever I can do is continue playing admirably and continue enhancing for Swansea.
“I’m truly appreciating my football right now, however I’m going to hold my head down and continue playing for Swansea.”
Swansea made light work of West Brom at the Liberty Stadium side as the Welsh club secured their best begin to a crusade for 91 years.
However Dyer demands Swansea can improve in the wake of taking nine focuses from nine.
“I feel there’s more change to come,” Dyer said.
“The offset of our group when we’re assaulting can’t be excessively self-satisfied, yet we made open doors with our development and we’ve got to take that into the following diversion.”
Alan Irvine is as of now looking for his first alliance win as West Brom supervisor and will utilize the inevitable global break to get his newcomers up to speed as fast as could reasonably be expected.
West Brom had an immense turnover of players amid the mid year and Irvine says the new signings are still at present getting to know one another.
“We’ve got a gathering of fellows who are prepared and a gathering of chaps who require some work,” said Irvine.
“Some of them will be doing a scaled down preseason one week from now with a perspective to being closer to being accessible the accompanying week.
“It’s been a huge request the young men who have come in of late and some of them were on the pitch at Swansea, yet we’ve got to overcome that.”
West Brom finished the marking of 26-year-old Argentine winger Sebastien Blanco from Ukrainian side Metalist Kharkiv on Saturday evening and Irvine said that will be the last bit of Albion exchange business before the window closes on Monday night.
“We’re carried out now, the work has been carried out – the positions we focused at the begin have now been filled,” said Irvine.
“That will be our squad going ahead and we will give the players time to settle in.
“That is troublesome amid a Premier League battle yet we don’t have whatever other decision, and I don’t anticipate that any will go out.”