Chelsea's Daniel Sturridge admits that he's "not worried" about a potential England call-up.
Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge has admitted that he isn't focused on the possibility of being included in the England senior team for the Euro 2012 tournament.
The 22-year-old, who was not selected for any of the Three Lions' qualification matches, is being tipped to feature in the side's international friendly against Sweden next month.
"If England comes and I play for England then great," said Sturridge. "But I am not really worried about playing for England - it is not something I am really stressing about.
"My main focus is to play for Chelsea every week and if I can do that then I am happy."
The Blues frontman could be in contention to replace Manchester United's Wayne Rooney in the England setup after the striker was served a three-match ban for his red card offence against Montenegro.
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