Stoke City keeper Jack Butland relishing under-21s test
STOKE CITY keeper Jack Butland is hoping to help England under-21s extend their seven-game winning streak when they take on Romania at Wycombe's Adams Park tomorrow (7pm).
Butland is in the under-21 side having lost his place in the senior squad after West Brom's Ben Foster came out of retirement.
Stuart Pearce's under-21 side are already through to this summer's European Championships in Israel.
They haven't lost a game since 2011, but Butland says the players won't be taking the game against Romania lightly.
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Butland, who cost Stoke £3m from Birmingham in January, said: "This is a chance for everyone to put a marker down and try to get to Israel in the summer. It will be a fantastic tournament."
Butland was part of the England team which won the under-17s European Championships in Liechtenstein 2010.
The keeper was voted in the squad of the tournament after England lifted the trophy by beating Spain in the final.