Wolves midfielder Jamie O'Hara is convinced he is good enough for England.

Two years ago he rejected the chance to make himself available for the Republic of Ireland because he felt it would be wrong but the Irish have been putting out feelers again and O'Hara,25, is still not budging. He believes that helping Wolves become a winning team could jog Fabio Capello's memory.

O'Hara said: "I want to play for England. It's always been my aim and I've played for England at all levels.

"To get in the England squad you need to be in a winning team, score and create goals. I've got that in my game.''