Albion defender Adam Webster says he would love to play for England.

The 24-year-old centre-half has turned out to be a brilliant piece of recruitment by Graham Potter over the summer.

He has managed to dislodge a regular figure at the back in Shane Duffy and catch the eye with his defending and marauding runs forward.

Webster has been capped England at under-18 and under-19 level and would love to make a senior breakthrough in the future.

He said: “One day I would love to play for England.

“For me right now, I am just focusing on Albion and taking each game as it comes.

“We have got some tough games coming up and I am just fully focused on that right now.”

Webster has plenty of competition in front of him to work his way into the England ranks, from the likes of Joe Gomez, Michael Keane, Harry Maguire, Tyrone Mings and Fikayo Tomori to name just the centre-backs in the current England squad.

He could also be competing with Albion skipper Lewis Dunk, who has been capped for England previously.

Dunk has been catching the eye with his performances for Albion including in the 3-0 win over Spurs, when he made a goal-line clearance to keep out Eric Lamela’s effort in the first half and then played a superb ball to tee up Aaron Connolly for his second goal.

Odds of 12/1 are available for Webster to make the 23-man England squad for the Euros in 2020 with Dunk as short as 9/1 to make the cut.

England face the Czech Republic in Prague tonight.