Jarrod Bowen is keen to continue his impressive form at West Ham while away with England.

As everyone knows, this group of England players is incredibly special. In almost every position there are multiple World-Class players all battling for the place in the starting XI, what makes it better though is that one of them plays for West Ham.

Very few players deserved an England call up more than Jarrod Bowen. The forward has scored 14 Premier League goals in a team full of goal scorers while playing out of position for most of the season. 

While it will be difficult, the Hereford Hammer is keen to earn his place in Gareth Southgate’s plans by emulating his sensational performances at club level, for England. “Personally, I feel in a really good place,” Bowen told WHUFC.com. “I feel my consistency levels have been strong this year, and I’m excited to get involved with England again and show everyone what I’ve got.”

“It’s the last international break before the Euros in the summer, so it’s a big opportunity to impress. There are a lot of brilliant players competing for places, so I just have to do what I can in these games and maintain the mindset that’s got me here.”

“I’ve been picked because of my Club form, so I just want to embrace it, take any opportunities I get and then when I’m back just try to keep performing consistently in the remainder of the season.”

However, before he can even think of getting on the plane to the Euros, he has another European trophy to think about with West Ham. The Irons have been drawn against Bayer Leverkusen in the quarter-finals of the Europa League. It will be an extremely challenging tie, but one Bowen is willing to tackle head on.

“Leverkusen are probably one of the best sides left in the Europa League,” he confessed, “but if you want to be successful you have to beat the best, and we’ll go into the two games with a lot of confidence.”

“We’ve gained lots of experience in Europe over the last three seasons, including this one, which will hopefully stand us in good stead. In the league we’re competing to qualify for Europe for a fourth season in a row, so there’s lots to play for on every front and it’s going to be a really exciting few months.”