On Thursday afternoon Roy Hodgson named his England squad for the upcoming Euro 2016 qualifier with Lithuania, and the friendly against Italy.
Harry Kane earned his first international call-up, while Andros Townsend, Theo Walcott and Luke Shaw were among the questionable inclusions.
With the squad confirmed, we take a look at seven English stars who were unlucky not to have been given the nod by the Three Lions boss…
Charlie Austin – Queens Park Rangers
In predictable fashion, QPR have flopped tremendously in the Premier League since their promotion to the top-flight, with their away form laughable.
The Hoops’ striker, however, has been in superb form, scoring 15 times in 26 league appearances – perhaps the poor reputation of his club has let him down in earning an international call-up.
Danny Ings – Burnley
With nine goals in his first season in the top-flight, and at 22-years-old, Ings could be one to look out for in the future England set-up, but the fixtures this month have perhaps come too soon for the Burnley hit-man to be called upon.