Ledley King has revealed that he still harbours hopes of winning back a spot in the England squad, though he remains philosophical regarding his chances.
King, 31, appeared for England at the 2010 World Cup, but left the tournament after injuring a hamstring against the USA, and has not played for the national team since. He has suffered a career plagued by injury, with knee inflammation problems meaning he is only able to train minimally between games.
Speaking to BBC’s
“I realise, going to the World Cup, how difficult it can be for a person who doesn’t train; going away with England you really need time on the pitch, you need to gel and bond as a group.”
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