Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo believes defender Conor Coady needs to work hard more if he wants to be selected in the England side.
Coady was in the contention of getting a place in Gareth Southgate’s side as the Three Lions gaffer picked up the squad for the upcoming UEFA Nations League games against Spain and Croatia.
But Southgate who recently signed a long term contract with the English FA ignored the player as he preferred to have a more or less same defensive setup and it seems Coady needs to wait a bit longer to get his maiden cap for his country.
The 25 year old has been pretty rock solid in the three man backline for the newly promoted side and Santo believes the player has to put his all effort in a bid to secure a place in the side.
“Those that were not in the national team squads must work harder and improve, get better, so they can become an option for their own national coaches
“The responsibilities of those decision rests with the national team coaches.
“For the club it is an honour and I think represents the quality and the way the players work.
“These call-ups to international teams is a big honour to the club.
“We are delighted that the players go. At the same time we are going to stay here and work very hard with the players that are going to stay. Everything is inside the preparation of the team.”