Jamie Vardy is not ruling out a return to the England national team this with his national team currently short of strikers due to injuries.
England lead attackers Marcus Rashford and Harry Kane are both injured ahead of Euro 2020 and according to the Leicester City striker, the door was still not closed for him.
Speaking after their Monday game with Aston Villa, Vardy said: “Who knows? Gareth and I both agreed the door would still be open for whatever reason and then we would sit down and have a talk about it (if needed).
“We’ve not had the chat or anything yet and nothing has been spoken about. The lads (Kane and Rashford) are out injured, but they’re looking to be back in time. So only time will tell.”
Vardy retired from England duty following the World Cup in 2018 but is the current Premier League top scorer this season with 19 goals, following his brace in Monday night’s 4-0 win over Aston Villa. During his time with the national team, he scored seven goals in 26 appearances.
Harry Kane returned to training on Monday but is still training alone with the striker confident that he will be back in action before the end of the season with Rashford still out with a back issue.