Southampton fullback Luke Shaw has hailed the English talent at St Mary's.
Shaw was one four Southampton players in Hodgson's 30-man squad to face Denmark, joining the previously-capped Adam Lallana, Rickie Lambert and Jay Rodriguez.
That was a record number of call-ups for Saints, but Shaw believes that number could soon be beaten as the likes of Nathaniel Clyne, Calum Chambers, Jack Cork and James Ward-Prowse look to follow suit.
"It is unbelievable [to be at a club with so many Englishmen]," he said.
"There were four of us in the England squad on Wednesday and I am sure there is going to be more in the future.
"The team spirit is great, especially when we are winning. It is very high and it is like a family club.
"Everyone looks after each other, especially the older lads with the likes of me, Calum and Prowsey. They help us a lot at training."
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