Brentford striker Evan Toni has admitted his admiration for fellow strikers Harry Kane and Didier Drogba.
The Talisman Bees were called into the England squad led by Gareth Southgate for the first time ahead of their Nations League matches in September.
Toni has started the season well with Brentford, scoring five goals in the Premier League already this season on top of the 12 he scored last season.
The 26-year-old faced a press conference on his first day at St George’s Park’s training base in England and was asked which strikers he is eyeing, citing Tottenham legend Kane and Chelsea Drogba.
Tony replied: “I like a lot of strikers. I like Harry Kane – when he gets a chance, nine times out of ten he’s in the back net.”
“I like the likes of Didier Drogba, I like to play his game sometimes, [he] Put his body, good in the air, in the back, at the end.
“But I watch all the strikers more or less and just try to take advice from all the strikers who were involved in the match at the highest level and put it into my game.”
Tony could make his debut with Three Lions – with ken Or a venue – in the Friday game with Italy in San Siro. did not represent England At any level before, he would become the third player in Brentford history to play for the country’s first team if he plays any role.
Southgate is bottom of Group C in the Nations League and could be relegated with the loss of Milan.