Winger Andros Townsend knows he must continue to impress with Tottenham over the rest of the season if he is to make the England squad for next year's World Cup. "It was fantastic to help my country get to a World Cup and it's now up to me to go back to my club and keep playing well and book my place on the plane," the 22 year old said.
"I have to keep playing well in every game for Spurs. I can't think about the World Cup, I have to focus on my Tottenham performances.
"If I have a couple of bad games there are world-class players that can come in.
"I know if I'm to get on the plane I have to keep playing well, for Tottenham, for England in the friendlies, it's not going to be easy.
"I have a tough six months in front of me and hard competition for places, but I am relishing it."
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