Fraser Forster happy with World Cup experience

Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster insists that he "learned a lot" from being part of the England squad at the World Cup in Brazil.

Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster has insisted that he "learned a lot" from being part of the England squad at the World Cup despite the team's early exit.

Forster won his second senior cap during a warm-up game against Honduras, though he failed to make an appearance at the tournament itself as the Three Lions went out at the group stage.

However, the 26-year-old is happy with the experience that he gained from being out in Brazil with the national side.

"It was a fantastic experience. It was great to be part of a World Cup in Brazil," the shot-stopper told Celtic TV.

"On a personal level it was good to be involved. I think I learned a lot. You spend a lot of time around people that you're not normally around."

Forster and his Celtic teammates return to action on July 15 when they travel to KR Reykjavik for a Champions League qualifier.

Fraser Forster of England looks on prior to the international friendly match between England and Chile at Wembley Stadium on November 15, 2013
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