Shaw claimed that he ‘feels wanted’ by England and that is the reason why he does enjoy his game with the national team.
Luke Shaw, what a strike! 🔥 pic.twitter.com/d4IC4fChC3
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“It’s always important to feel like you’re wanted and I think especially here with England, I always feel that. I’m not saying I don’t at Manchester United, but here (with England), the way things are, I feel wanted and I enjoy my football,” Shaw said in his post-match comments.
Shaw’s 2020/21 season was arguably the best of his career, earning a spot in the PFA Premier League Team of the Year before playing a crucial role in England’s run to the Euro 2020 final, even scoring in the showpiece event at Wembley.
6 – Luke Shaw has been directly involved in six goals in his last eight appearances for England (2 goals, 4 assists), with both of his goals for the Three Lions coming at Wembley. Leveller. pic.twitter.com/7T5Ojclx3P
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But the player has not been able to carry that form into this campaign where he has been relegated to the bench recently with Alex Telles preferred over him by manager Ralf Rangnick.