Jamie Vardy is looking to pick up his fifth cap alongside his Leicester City teammate Danny Drinkwater who himself is looking to grab the headlines with his debut for England against either Germany on Saturday or Holland on Tuesday.
Vardy who has been given freedom of the central role upfront by his club manager Claudio Ranieri where he has taken his position and thrilled supporters this year by beating records by scoring in 11 consecutive games and put away 19 goals in the premier league although his goals has dried up he has turned provider for the rest of the team setting up Riyad Mahrez and Shinji Okazaki in the last two matches.
Roy Hodgson not playing Vardy in his preferred position
Jamie went on to say that he'd play "Wherever I am asked to play" and regardless of position "will always give 110 percent in that position" and "always will." He concluded by admitting that "That is the type of player" he is.
We will see where Vardy plays when England take on Germany in Berlin on Saturday, He is yet to be played in his natural position but instead has been played out wide where he has not managed to score yet but has set up international team mate Raheem Sterling.
England will using these games to test out new players with Drinkwater and Dele Ali coming into the fold and trying to hold out there spot and also Joe Hart out with a injury we will be seeing someone different in goal either Jack Butland or Fraser Forster .
This holds exciting times for our Young lions with the European championship's in France only around the corner many of these young players will be trying for a permanent spot with the squad and not just to make up numbers with the friendly games.