Conor Coady was hailed for his behind-the-scenes function in England’s run to the Euro 2020 remaining however now the Wolves defender is able to make a press release on the pitch.
The 28-year-old has 5 England caps however didn’t play a minute of soccer because the Three Lions went all the best way to the ultimate of the European Championship earlier than shedding on penalties to Italy.
Coady was extensively praised by the workers and his team-mates for being a optimistic affect regardless of not managing to make it onto the pitch.
“Incredible, incredible honestly,” he replied when requested how proud he can be stepping onto the pitch.
“Anytime you play at Wembley it is a special feeling and a special moment and I think, even last season when I managed to play in those games, even the feeling of just being there and playing for your country was incredible.
“But now that my family has a chance to obviously come and watch the game and my wife can come, my mum and dad can come, I think it’s a special feeling and a proud moment for everybody in my family.
“I think it’s something where we’re ready for the game.
“The boys were fantastic the other night. We’re ready for the game and it’s something we want to go out there now and we can’t wait for.”
While he was lauded for the half he performed throughout Euro 2020, Coady can also be a competitor and remains to be eager to win as many England caps as attainable.
“In the summer, I’ve mentioned it plenty of times before, it was one of the best experiences of my life,” he stated.
“(It was) the best five weeks my life, honestly it was incredible, but we all want to play. We all want to be playing football and that’s no different for me as well.
“So to get the opportunity at any moment, to represent the country, to play for England to put on an England shirt is a special moment for myself and I’ll always – every single day – try to give the best of myself to the country whenever I’m playing or whenever I’m training, that’s no different come tomorrow.
“Like I said, whenever I put the shirt on it is a proud moment and it’s something I can’t wait for – especially to be at Wembley in front of 60-70,000 England supporters is a special feeling as I mentioned before, so it’s something I can’t wait for.”