Laura Woods believes that it’s ‘a crying shame’ that James Maddison isn’t currently thought of as an option for England’s World Cup squad.

The Leicester City star has been a standout performer in latest seasons, scoring 18 goals and grabbing 12 assists last time period.

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Maddison has been the one constructive for Leicester in a season that sees them backside of the league

The midfielder perhaps hasn’t got the international attention that his form deserves

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The midfielder maybe hasn’t obtained the worldwide consideration that his type deserves

That has continued this time period with the 25-year-old already bagging three goals and an assist in seven appearances.

Despite his spectacular shows for his membership, Maddison has received only one senior cap for England to date in his profession, with many being of the assumption that his type and calibre implies that he deserves extra.

Among these is talkSPORT host Woods, who says that Maddison has proven an actual maturity that would see him thrive as a part of Gareth Southgate’s 26-man World Cup squad.

Speaking on talkSPORT Breakfast, Woods said: “The entire ‘is it his attitude’ factor actually baffles me, or what he does off the pitch, that baffles me lots.

“We had been speaking about James Maddison yesterday and the best way that he speaks to the media and I’m saying that I feel he’s nice, however a great deal of persons are saying ‘he’s 25, he’s not past his years he ought to be talking to the media’ and I’m like, grasp on guys, I actually do that for a residing.

“I communicate to these footballers for a residing. I communicate to these gamers who’re precisely the identical age as him and he’s different in the best way that he addresses the media.

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