Since regaining his place in the Everton starting eleven, Phil Jagielka has slowly getting back to the form that got him in the England squad.
On Sunday Jags captained the side against Wolves and was outstanding. He wants Everton to continue to play to their best at the last game at home to Newcastle and also catch the eye of new England coach Roy Hodgson.
Jags said: " We don't know what the squad is yet and the Euros are just around the corner. It makes it interesting.
"You've got to keep going to the end of the season, not take your foot off the gas and give Roy Hodgson the headache of who's going to go in his squad.
"Hopefully I've played well enough in the last few weeks to at least be in with a shout.
"It's nice to finish at home and it's nice that there's something on the game. I'm sure the fans will be looking forward to it. We still might need some sort of result come Sunday and if that's the case I'm sure the fans will get behind us and we'll send them home quite happy.
"I think the appointment is really good. We needed it doing as soon as possible. Look at his CV, look at the successes he's had. Okay he didn't have the best of times at Liverpool but one bad experience doesn't make him a bad coach or a bad manager.
"There weren't too many people out there who could have taken the job, but the FA have gone with Roy and time will tell.
"We've not done amazingly well in the championships in the past 40 years or whatever, so hopefully Roy will do as well as he can and the boys can do well for him."
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