Leicester team-mate Danny Drinkwater was there for the ceremony but returned in time for training in Manchester, where Jack Wilshere and Jordan Henderson were involved as they looked to prove their fitness.
Midfielder Eric Dier says he does not consider himself a definite starter for England despite having featured in all of their last five games.
“I wouldn’t call myself a key member but it’s been a crazy 12 months for me,” said the 22-year-old, who helped Tottenham finish third in the Premier League. “It’s been a great 12 months and I’m really enjoying every minute of it.
“Hopefully I can repay the manager’s faith and keep improving.”
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