West Ham youngster Reece Oxford has revealed that he is aiming to push for selection to the England national team when he returns from his loan spell with German club Borussia Monchengladbach.
After struggling to earn regular game time with the Hammers during the first half of last season, Oxford was sent on loan to Reading for the second half of last season for whom he only managed five appearances.
He was loaned out to Monchengladbach during the summer on a season long loan deal. However things have not gone according to plans for the player as he has yet to make a first team appearance.
He however revealed that he has aspirations to one day play for the England national team and said, “I’m just ready now, ready to make my debut, and hopefully it’ll be good and I won’t look back from there.
“I just hope to return to West Ham as a more experienced player, ready to play in the Premier League or any league. My long-term goals are to be in the England squad, play in a World Cup and be captain for my country, I’ve always wanted to be that.”