Tottenham striker Harry Kane says he can form an “exciting” partnership with Leicester star Jamie Vardy for England this summer.
The pair have been the stand-out frontmen in the Premier League this season, Kane scoring 25 goals and Vardy 24 as they battled it out for the Golden Boot.
Kane may have won the individual fight but Vardy helped Leicester claim the title and now they are set to be partnered up front for England in the first pre-Euro 2016 warm-up friendly against Turkey on Sunday.
Kane says the duo can work well together for their country as their different styles can complement each other.
He said: “Whoever the manager wants to pick, we will be ready. Jamie has had a fantastic season, so if we are playing together it will be very exciting.
“We are different types of player – he has got a lot of pace and can run in behind. That’ll probably allow me to drop off and get into space. If the manager puts us together, we will be ready to go.”
Following the clash with Turkey at Man City’s Etihad Stadium this weekend, England take on Australia at the Stadium of Light on May 27 and then Portugal at Wembley on June 2.