Wolverhampton Wanderer’s Matthew Jarvis relishing another England call-up – EPL News

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Wolverhampton Wanderer’s Matthew Jarvis relishing another England call-up – EPL News

Wolverhampton Wanderer’s talismanic winger, Matthew Jarvis has claimed that he is proud to represent England and has revealed his desire to play regularly for the Three-Lions.

Matthew Jarvis was a revelation at Molineux last season and although the 25-year-old did not score many goals but his overall contribution was very crucial. Jarvis was one of the standout performers that marked a historic win over Manchester United to end Red Devils’ 29-matches unbeaten streak.

The English international played a crucial role in helping Wolverhampton Wanderers’ to survive in the Barclays Premier League on the very last day.

England manager Fabio Capello decided to name Jarvis for the Three-Lions after being impressed with Englishman’s consistent performances throughout the season.

Initially, the Wolves winger was called up for the Euro 2012 qualifier against Wales at the Millennium Stadium but was not named in 17-man squad. However, Jarvis earned his first international cap in a friendly against Ghana at Wembley Stadium. The 25-year-old winger came on as a substitute to replace Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere in the 70th minute.

Jarvis has asserted that the England call-up was very moral boosting for him and is proud to represent his country on the International level.

He said, “The England call-up was a huge boost for me and to actually play part of the game was massive.”

Jarvis revealed that it was his lifelong dream to play for England and wants to earn more international caps next season.

“It was a lifelong ambition but it has whetted my appetite for more of the same and hopefully I can get back in there during the coming season,” added, the 25-year-old winger.

Jarvis wants to improve his form next season by playing more matches and scoring more goals, and believes that his impressive club form will earn him another international cap.

He said, “Everyone strives to do better than the season before. I think I can still improve. I want to play as many games as possible, score more goals and hopefully that will help me to get back in the England squad.”

Mathew Jarvis became the first Wolverhampton Wanderers player to win an international cap since Steve Bull in 1990. The 25-year-old winger scored five goals in 33 matches last season.

 

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