Ben Foster praises Roy Hodgson's England

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West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper Ben Foster praises England's style of football under manager Roy Hodgson.

West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper Ben Foster has praised England's style of football under Roy Hodgson.

Foster, 29, recently announced that he would be making himself available again for the Three Lions following a two-year spell away from international football.

"When you look at the way we're playing it's great," he is quoted as saying by Sky Sports News. "Against Brazil we played some really good football. Proper, good English-style football.

"It's brilliant to see and the fans love it. As long as you're running around, giving everything you've got in every minute of the game, really putting your body on the line, they will take that.

"Roy has put that kind of feeling back in the national team, which is nice, because now the fans really are starting to get behind us and willing us to do really well, which the players are really receptive to."

Foster has won five caps for England since his debut in 2007.

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