The Foxes boss said: “Jamie not playing for England is good for me – but for him, no.
“Maybe he is more hungry. I would say: 'Show me that hunger. You have to fight and say hey Sam, I am ready to play.'
“A lot of my players go around the world without playing. I'm happy with it. It's good. I'm okay with it. National managers want the players and we must understand that."