Roy Hodgson will select Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster in his England squad for the World Cup qualifying games against San Marino and Poland, ESPN can reveal.
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With Birmingham's Jack Butland having been called up by Stuart Pearce for the Under-21s, Hodgson has turned to Forster. An England source told ESPN: "Yes, Fraser Forster is in the squad."
Forster, 24, who began his career at Newcastle United and spent time on loan at Norwich and Celtic before joining the Scottish champions on a permanent basis, will join up with Manchester City's Joe Hart and Norwich's John Ruddy.
England goalkeeping coach Ray Clemence saw him keep a clean sheet on his Champions League debut at home to Benfica a fortnight ago - but Forster was at fault for Spartak Moscow's second goal in the next group game, which Celtic won 3-2.
Meanwhile, Spurs winger Aaron Lennon is expected to be in the squad after last playing for England against Algeria two and a half years ago.