Playing for your country is the pinnacle for most footballers, and it is something that is on the mind of Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Joe Lumley.
Breaking into the England squad is a difficult challenge, particularly as a goalkeeper given that the opportunities to play are more limited.
The Three Lions’ current number one is Everton shot-stopper Jordan Pickford, and if he continues on top form he is likely to hold that position for many years.
England boss Gareth Southgate, though, has always been open to bringing in young players given his experience with the nation’s youth ranks.
Lumley has been at QPR since 2010 when he joined their academy from Tottenham Hotspur.
The now-23-year-old has had to bide his time, but after Matt Ingram’s disastrous start to the season, Lumley has become QPR’s number one.
In fact, the young keeper has kept seven clean sheets in 12 matches for the Championship outfit.
In an interview with The Telegraph, Lumley admitted that he cannot help but think about breaking into the England squad.
His comments led us to ask you whether the keeper is good enough, and the majority of fans are confident that he will be representing the Three Lions one day.