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Norwich striker Vaughan happy to be available for Jamaica

Norwich City striker James Vaughan is keen to play for Jamaica.

Vaughan, on a season-long loan at Huddersfield, is one of seven United Kingdom-born players recruited by the Jamaica Football Federation to strengthen the Reggae Boyz ahead of next year's final phase of Concacaf World Cup qualifiers, which begin in February.

Reading pair Jobi McAnuff and Garath McCleary, Watford's Lloyd Doyley, Jermaine Beckford - on loan from Leicester to Huddersfield - Burnley's Marvin Bartley and Derby's Theo Robinson have also been added to the Jamaican pool.

McAnuff has been called up for the second time after making his debut for Jamaica against Nigeria in 2002.

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