England coach Roy Hodgson has said that Jack Wilshere will not be considered for selection in the Under-21 European Championships in the summer.
The 65-year-old believes that the Arsenal star is now an established first-team player for the Three Lions and should not be picked for the tournament.
"It is not right to compare Jack with [Wilfried] Zaha, [Raheem] Sterling and [Jonjo] Shelvey, etc," Hsaid Hodgson.
"You have to give Wilshere the credit that he has established himself as a bona-fide first-team player.
"He will play against Ireland in May and come with us to Brazil after that."
Wilshere has six caps for England.