Sheffield United star Harry Maguire has been reflecting on the team’s tour of Scotland and says it has helped to get them match fit for the start of the season.
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The Sheffield United centre-half, who made his U21 debut against Northern Ireland last season, is targeting a return to international football saying it would be a dream come true to represent England.
He made that comment earlier this week after Bramall Lane was selected to stage a friendly against Scotland (August 13.)
Maguire said: “To walk out at our stadium wearing my country’s shirt would possibly be the biggest honour I could have. But there’s a lot to do before I can think about that. The thing I’m focused on at the moment is doing well for us.
“We’ve got a new manager so everyone wants to impress and if I don’t do well for United there’s no way I’ll be in the team. Everything stems from how I do for my club. Being involved in that game would be brilliant but I can’t look that far ahead.”
Maguire, 20, is expected to enjoy a promiment role when United complete their tour of Scotland at Raith Rovers this evening.
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