Arsenal striker, Danny Welbeck has made it clear that he is not bothered if he is called for subsequent England national team duties.
Welbeck is in good form for the Gunners, scoring twice in Wednesday’s win over Brentford in the Carabao Cup.
The 27-year-old has now won the attention of manager Unai Emery who has expressed his delight.
The Spanish manager had praised the former Manchester United player and hinted on giving him more opportunity in subsequent games.
However, Welbeck who was responding to questions from journalists said he is only focused on improving and helping Arsenal win more games other than thinking about his next call-up for national team assignment.
He said he will not dictate to Gareth Southgate on who to pick and he will not have a sleepless night over that.
The 27-year-old featured in the Three Lions’ friendly win over Switzerland earlier this month and will have Croatia and Spain in the next Nations League fixture.
Welbeck is expected to more playing time under the Spanish manager, Unai Emery as he struggles to beat off competition from Alexandre Lacazette, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Both strikers have been given the nod ahead of the English player to lead the Arsenal strike force this season.
The former PSG manager has made it clear that he will only the nod to players based on performance.