Dunk excited for possible England chance
Brighton centre-back Lewis Dunk hopes his recent performances have secured him a place in the upcoming England squad.
The Seagulls man was a late call-up to the squad in October, where the Three Lions took on Croatia and Spain.
He failed to make an appearance but he did make his debut in November during the 3-0 friendly win over the United States in November.
Dunk has produced some impressive performances of late, including a man-of-the-match display against rivals Crystal Palace on Saturday.
Gareth Southgate's party is announced on Wednesday for the European Championship qualifiers against Czech Republic and Montenegro and Dunk is raring to go if given the chance.
He told the Brighton and Hove Independent: "Hopefully I've done enough again to be in the squad. "It's a dream for everyone to be in those squads, so I'll just wait and see if I'm in it or not. It would be an achievement to be in it again.
"You have ups and downs but I feel I'm doing okay at the moment and I've just got to keep grinding out performances and do what I'm doing."
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