Jamie Redknapp felt that Michael Carrick did a brilliant job in England's midfield in their most recent World Cup qualifier against Montenegro.
The Three Lions drew 1-1 with the Montenegrins in Podgorica on Tuesday night and although Redknapp was slightly critical of the team's performance, he felt that Manchester United's Carrick set a very good example.
"His passing success rate was 92.2 per cent and he deserves more praise for his work. Everyone is starting to see what a player he is.
"His simplicity is his success but it can also go unnoticed. It's a good habit and England would be a better team if others followed his example."