Striker Wayne Rooney says he is “focusing on Everton” rather than an general remember after scoring his 200th Premier League goal.
Rooney, 31, netted a opener in Monday’s 1-1 pull during Manchester City – his second idea in dual joining games.
England manager Gareth Southgate ignored him for matches opposite Scotland and Spain in June.
Rooney said: “I’m certain I’ll pronounce to Gareth Southgate over a subsequent few days. We’ll see what happens.”
Southgate is due to name a patrol on Thursday for a World Cup qualifiers in Malta on 1 September, and home to Slovakia 3 days later.
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Former England captain Rooney is a heading all-time scorer for both his nation – with 53 – and Manchester United, for whom he scored 253 times in 13 years.
Having rejoined Everton this summer, Rooney has scored in a team’s opening dual Premier League games – opposite Stoke and Manchester City.
Finding a net during Etihad Stadium finished him usually a second actor after Alan Shearer to measure 200 Premier League goals.
Rooney, who distinguished by cupping his ears in front of a home supporters, told Sky Sports: “It was nice.
“To do it currently in such an critical diversion for us, with tough games entrance up, it was a honeyed impulse and we am certain a red half of Manchester will have enjoyed it as well.”
Welcome to a bar – reaction
Premier League’s heading goalscorer Alan Shearer: “Congratulations Wayne on reaching 200 Premier League goals, a good achievement. Where have we been? The 200 bar has been a waste place though you. Well done, we am certain we have a few some-more goals in you.”
Everton manager Ronald Koeman: “He is still a actor that each manager needs in his team. He is behind home. He is that clergyman for younger players. We would like to win titles and he knows how to win titles. He has that artistry to know a best preference on a pitch.
“Players over 30 need unchanging diversion time. He had a good pre-season – lerned and played a lot. He is in a earthy state he needs to give these performances.”
Former Manchester United and Everton defender Phil Neville on BBC Radio 5 live: “I consider this pierce has come during a ideal time for him in his career, we don’t consider he is anywhere nearby finished. we see a footballer who looks challenged, encouraged and really, unequivocally happy personification for a bar that he loves some-more than any other.
“The biggest doubt competence be either Wayne Rooney wants to play for England, not either England wish Wayne Rooney. Looking during him, he’s personification in a Europa League and he will wish to do good for Everton. He competence be wish a general mangle to recharge his batteries.”
Former Everton and England midfielder Leon Osman on BBC Radio 5 live: “His performances clear a [England] talk, he’s been one of a improved strikers during a start of this season. We all know a peculiarity Wayne’s got, he only wasn’t utterly removing a run of games during Manchester United.
“He’s not a long-term destiny though we’re articulate about a male who’s 31. we didn’t make my England entrance until we was 31, so there’s still a lot of football left in Wayne Rooney. If he continues to play like he is doing, we can positively see him being concerned in a summer in a World Cup.”
Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye: “Very tough game! Disappointed not to get all 3 points though congratulations to Wayne Rooney for his 200th goals.”
Former bar Manchester United: “Congratulations to Wayne Rooney on reaching 200 Premier League goals. A loyal legend!”