Eddie Nketiah was named England skipper following the U21 European Championship group stage and says he is prepared to exploit “a major chance”.
The Arsenal striker is the unsurpassed top scorer for England’s U21, having effectively outperformed the likes of Francis Jeffers and Alan Shearer.
He has been extraordinary for the Young Lions, netting 16 goals in only 14 games.
Nketiah and co will have to play against Switzerland, Portugal and Croatia this month getting back to their individual clubs for the rest of the season.
Nketiah has scarcely played for Arsenal this year, however, things are ideal for the 21-year-old on the global stage.
Be that as it may, it has been hard for him at club level, with the striker playing only ten minutes of Premier League football since Christmas day.
He started last in the FA Cup fourth-round match against Southampton in January.
In spite of this, the England player accepts he is very much fit and capable to aid Arsenal.
Subsequent to dazzling with England’s U21 side, Nketiah unmistakably accepts he has the ability to prevail at club level.
Notwithstanding, with a little more than a year remaining on his present agreement at the Emirates, the striker is going into a critical stage in his profession.
On the off chance that no chances are approaching under Mikel Arteta, he may push for a move away towards the finish of this season.
He has recently been connected with a transfer to West Ham United, and a move across London could be his most ideal choice.