Date: 15th November 2016 at 5:22pm
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Scott Sinclair has revealed he has not given up on representing England at senior level.

The Celtic forward, who joined the Scottish Premiership champions back in August following his reported £3m switch from English Championship side Aston Villa, scored one goal in seven games for England’s Under-21 side between 2010 and 2011.

However Sinclair; who has also played for the likes of Chelsea and Manchester City, has never been called up to the senior squad, but hopes his experience at Celtic Park, especially considering their Champions League campaign, can help the winger force his way into the Three Lions set-up.

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“If you can keep doing well in the Champions League and, on a personal note, in playing games then I don’t see why [I can’t] break in,” he said, via Sky Sports.

“It’s great that I’m playing every week and scoring goals and getting back into form.”

Sinclair added, “When my time is right it’ll come but at the moment I’m concentrating on just playing week by week and every game that is coming in front of me – that is what I’m enjoying.

“So, at this moment in time, if I can get into England then that would great – my ambitions are still to play for my country.”
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