England coach Roy Hodgson has warned Crystal Palace starlet Wilfried Zaha he is demanding total commitment to the cause.

Zaha has said he is torn between playing for England and Ivory Coast after receiving a telephone call from Didier Drogba, while Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling could play for Jamaica and Arsenal fullback Carl Jenkinson for Finland.

Hodgson said: "I made it clear to Zaha that I am inviting him because I expect him to be an England player.

"If you are not sure you want to be an England player then you are better off telling me and I will pick someone else.

"We don't stand or fall on you. We have chosen you because we think you are a good one. 'If our national team and the chance to play for them is not a strong enough motivation for players, they are not the type we want anyway."