West Brom goalkeeper Ben Foster believes he is playing the best football of his career - and has been urged by England legend Peter Shilton to reconsider his decision to quit international football.
Foster, on loan from Birmingham this season, has played a key role in the Baggies guaranteeing Barclays Premier League football for a third successive season.
But the 29-year-old has opted not to play for his country for the past 12 months - a move Shilton has urged him to contemplate changing.
Foster said: "I think it is my best football. At Birmingham last year I felt pretty sharp and on top of my game, and I think I have pretty much carried that on.
"They say goalkeepers get better with age and I feel I am now playing at probably the best level I have played throughout my career so far."
Foster's stance on not playing for England since the tail-end of last season has not altered.