That's fine, and I can understand it if the player is going through a relatively good patch for his club (years back with Jeffers, Nugent maybe), but even an ardent T'Hudd supporter would find it hard arguing that he's in a good/great vein of form. But like Wilshire, he's suddenly back in the club squad after a long layoff, and then gets a call up to England. Odd what Hodgson has seen. I possibly could have understood him getting a call a couple of years back before he had the injury, and maybe, if he gets pitch time after we get the injuries back, he may warrant it again. But I don't see it now.