However, the quartet have only started in ten Premier League matches between them so far this season, and Barnes is adamant that they need to play more games for their clubs if they are to cement their places in the England side.
"What I've always said all along is that these players need to play for their clubs. [Danny] Welbeck particularly if he's going to be the future of England and [Tom] Cleverley," Barnes told talkSPORT.
"Theo [Walcott] and [Alex] Oxlade-Chamberlain aren't regulars week in, week out for their clubs. That's not going to help England in the long term if they're just going to be bit-part players."
England face Poland in Warsaw on Tuesday night.