Ben Foster recapturing his England squad in the immediate future have been in major

The chances of Ben Foster recapturing his England squad in the immediate future have been in major not due to a serious knee injury that he suffered last season.

The West Brom goalkeeper was seen as the ideal replacement for Joe Hart in the event of an injury or suspension. The Manchester City star is the number one choice for Roy Hodgson going into the Euro 2016 next summer. Foster has to return to the starting line-up quicker than expected in order to rediscover his form. Only then can he imagined about being in the England squad for the finals in France. England are expected to be one of the best teams of Euro 2016, with the bookies making them third favourites.

The 32-year-old is ideal in his last legs as far as his England future is concerned. He played in 30 games last season before getting injured. Now, it is revealed that the former Manchester United man is training with Olympian Jonny Brownlee in the hope of rediscovering his fitness. Foster suffered a cruciate ligament injury, which is seen as one of the serious ones suffered by a footballer over the course of a career. Even though it is unlikely to make a huge impact for a goalkeeper, it has been found to slow down players upon their recovery. Foster is keen to avoid this by training with Brownlee.

"I was up in Leeds yesterday with Jonny, we did a 60k ride and it was a really good opportunity to learn a few things.I think he took it easy on me. The average pace was about 26 or 27 kilometres an hour which isn't too bad but some of the hills were hard.He found things super easy but it was nice to get out and learn a few tips, stuff you wouldn't know like energy saving and how to ride in a group,” said the former Manchester United goalkeeper.