Ben Foster is expecting to find a place in England’s World Cup squad, but, he believes that it’s not him who will be the first choice for the boss Roy Hodgson during the tournament which will be played in Brazil.

Foster reckons that Joe Hart who plays for Manchester City will be the first in the pecking order and will play most of the matches.

Hart has performed fantastically well for City in their recent games. He was actually out of favour in the earlier parts of the ongoing season, but, towards the end of the last year, he managed to get himself back into the starting line up of the Sky Blues and since then, his performances have been really appreciable.

Foster himself has not played poorly either for his club West Bromwich Albion, but, Hart has been in better form than him quite clearly and he knows that.

In one of his interviews yesterday, the 30 years old veteran had no hesitation whatsoever in admitting that Hart’s form has been outstanding.

Foster said, “Like any other player, I also want to play regularly. I get bored while sitting out, but, it’s not easy to compete with somebody like Joe Hart. He had a tough time at the start of the season, but, he has made a brilliant comeback. It’s nice to see him playing this way.”

“He is an obvious candidate to be picked in the starting XI in the World Cup. Let’s be honest.”

Hart is about 4 years younger than Foster, but, he is far more experienced than him as far as the international football is concerned.

Compared to Foster’s 6, he has made 38 appearances for the senior team of Three Lions till this point of time.