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Jack Wilshere: Calum Chambers has England future


Arsenal defender Calum Chambers can become a member of England's defensive department according to team-mate Jack Wilshere.

The Englishman was only 18 when he was called by boss Fabio Capello in the squad to face Hungary in a friendly match and believes this team-mate can represent his country despite the young age of 19.

"If he's good enough now then why not," Wilshere told

"I was 18 when I got my first call-up and people were saying: is he ready or is he not?

"If you're performing for your club then you're going to get picked for your national team."

A versatile defender who can play as right-back but also in central defence, Chambers produced a number of excellent displays for the Gunners during the first part of the season and could have a bright future in the England national side.

"I think he's a confident lad," Wilshere said.

"You've seen that when he played in the Community Shield - he was one of the best players on the pitch and he keeps improving every game.

"He looks so comfortable so one day he's going to play for his country.

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