Glenn Hoddle runs rule over Tottenham’s unsung duo
Glenn Hoddle says Ryan Mason and Danny Rose need to be more consistent to receive England recognition
Glenn Hoddle believes that Tottenham Hotspur duo Ryan Mason and Danny Rose need to find a greater consistency if they want to receive England recognition.
Mauricio Pochettino has been supplying England manager Roy Hodgson with young, exciting talent in recent months following the emergence of Dele Alli and Eric Dier.
Ryan Mason and Danny Rose have shown they are capable of playing in the Premier League, but will have to improve to take the next step towards regular international football
Tottenham striker Harry Kane has also established himself as a Three Lions regular following a return of three goals in seven appearances for the England national team.
However, Mason and Rose have struggled to secure regular spots in Hodgson’s squad, and former England boss Hoddle explained what the Tottenham pair need to do.
“Harry Kane is clearly good enough to play at the top and will continue to get better,” Hoddle told Daily Mail.
“Others like Ryan Mason and Danny Rose have shown they are capable of playing in the Premier League, but will have to improve to take the next step towards regular international football.”
Rose has made five appearances for the north London side in the Premier League this term.
Mason has fallen behind Alli and Dier in the pecking order after injury hampered an otherwise good start to the season for the 24-year-old midfielder.