SCOTT SINCLAIR is focusing totally on Celtic and not concentrating on getting into England’s World Cup plans.
The 23-goal attacker has his eye on the Hoops’ Scottish Cup semi-final against Sevco Rangers at Hampden a week on Sunday – and NOT the June 10 date when his nation play Scotland at the national stadium.
The Hoops are only 90 minutes away from a grand finale on May 27 to a memorable season and Sinclair admitted “It’s great that everyone is back because it gives the manager a choice.
“We will all work 100 per cent and the manager has to choose a team and more often that not we do the business.
“Everyone is trying to get back 100 per cent for the Rangers (sic) game. Even if you were out with a hamstring injury then you’d be wanting back!
“Hopefully, everyone can stay fit for that game.”
Brendan Rodgers has mentioned recently that his £4.5million summer signing from Aston Villa is banging on the door of the England squad.
But Sinclair said: “To be honest, I’m just concentrating on every game for Celtic.
“I’m not really worrying too much about that.
“Obviously, if it comes around, it would be great. Everyone knows my view that I want to play for my country. I still have that ambition and hunger.
“But all I can do is keep on doing what I am doing, scoring goals, making assists and enjoying games.
“Hopefully, one day it will come.”