Fulham boss Martin Jol has told on-loan striker Darren Bent to force his way in to Roy Hodgson's World Cup squad by scoring regularly. The 29-year-old featured in England squads during the early stages of his career at Charlton and also when he was at Tottenham, Sunderland and Aston Villa. But he has not played internationally for two years.
"[Selection] can be a spur of the moment thing because if Bent scores five goals in the final month of the league then he could be in contention again to be selected," says the Dutchman.
"Bent is one of best finishers in England, he is like Defoe. And Defoe has a big chance to go to Brazil I think and Danny Welbeck is probably similar. They are all good players."
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