Villa winger Marc Albrighton has stated that he would have no problems in playing every game for Stuart Pearce’s England Under 21s, refuting any fears of suffering from burnout as the season draws to a close;
“There’s nothing like competitive football. It’s what you strive for and to go away with your country is a big honour.
“If I can get picked for that squad, it would be great for me. There’s nothing better than playing football. I love it.
“I’m not worried about burn-out, I’m only 21. There’s no chance of that happening. I’d play every day if I could.
“I have to pinch myself that I get paid to play.”
“Ash was brilliant against Wales and Stewart did well when he came on.
“The English talent at the club is great at the moment. For me to be learning from players like that is great.”
On this weekend’s game with Everton;
“This weekend is a massive game, but we’ll go there looking to win. We’ve got eight games left and we’ll look to win them all.”
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