Jarrod Bowen says England are full of confidence as they head into the Euro 2024 semi-final against the Netherlands tonight.

Bowen, who has been the subject of interest from Newcastle United this summer, was joined by former Hammers captain Declan Rice on an episode of Lions’ Den, as reported by the clubs Official Website.

“We’re in a really good place, and all really enjoying the moment,” stated Bowen, who West Ham have no intention of selling and who is very happy at the club.

“The games are coming thick and fast, but we’re in a Euros semi-final and we’ve got lots of good confidence and self-belief.

“It’s been a surreal experience for me over here in Germany. Playing in the first two games was incredible, and even though I haven’t been involved on the pitch since then there’s still an important part to play.”

Although the Irons forward hasn’t been a first starter for the Three Lions this summer, he understands his importance to the squad, and is ready to be called upon when need be.

“For all of the players who haven’t had as many minutes, the energy we can bring to the other lads goes a really long way,” added Bowen. “We have to be ready to come on, and we have to be able to lift the team up another ten to 20 per cent so they can keep going and going.

“Switzerland were a really good side in the quarter-finals, and it was amazing to get through a penalty shootout. The celebrations after were great, there is a feel-good factor around the place and hopefully we can keep that going into the next round.”