Southampton will be desperate to get as far away from the relegation zone as possible after last season’s dramatic relegation escape.
The Saints managed to secure three points prior to the international break as they got the better of Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park. And, it looks as if one of the club’s first team members is setting high expectations after an impressive start to the campaign, as according to the Evening Standard, Danny Ings is not giving up on representing England.
Southampton striker Danny Ings says he will never give up on the dream of representing England again as he continues his return to playing regular Premier League football this season.
Indeed, the 26-year-old currently only has one international cap to his name, but he has already opened his goalscoring account this season and is looking extremely determined.
“It [playing for England] is in the back of my mind. I would never give up on that dream having tasted it but for now I just want to play as many games as I can”
Danny Ings has already found the back of the net twice in the current campaign as he continues to impress out on loan at Southampton.
Indeed, the forward may not be too far away from an international call-up if he continues to put in the hard work and scores goals freely, as Gareth Southgate hasn’t been afraid to make changes to his squad in the past.
Therefore, it’s vital that Ings can stay fit and pick up where he left off when the international break is over.