Vital Wolves: Possible England Call?
Wolves goal-king Sylvan Ebanks-Blake has set his sights on winning a full England cap - Express & Star
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WOLVES goal king Sylvan Ebanks-Blake will not allow a possible England call up to distract him from his natural game.
Sylvan Ebanks-Blake has been impressing many with his goal tally in the Championship and he now sees it as a step up to prove he can also do it in the Premier League.
"It`s down to me - if I produce on the pitch in the Premier League, then I`m in no doubt there`s every chance I`ll be considered.' Ebanks-Blake told the Express & Star.
"I can`t score goals in a league I haven`t played in. Until or unless I do that, I`m pretty much in the same boat as anyone.
"If I do well, I`ve got every chance and if I don`t, I won`t.
"I just get on with playing football - it`s not going to happen if I get distracted by it."
Vital Wolves Comment: I have no doubt that Sylvan Ebanks-Blake will be able to bag plenty of goals in the Premier League this season.
Will that be enough to fire him into the England team and a possible World Cup place this time next year?
One thing is for certain, if he does, it means he will have had a fantastic season banging in the goals for Wolves!
Source: Express & Star
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