On-loan Hammers attacker is in great form at present.
England may decide to recall giant front man Andy Carroll for their two friendly internationals this summer with a view to the player playing some part in next autumn’s crucial World Cup qualifiers, says the Sun.
The England international has not be used by Three Lions head coach Roy Hodgson since last year’s European Championship finals in Poland and Ukraine, where he netted against Sweden in the second group fixture.
However, with the 24-year-old Liverpool striker having rediscovered some form in front of goal of late having spent this campaign out on loan with West Ham United, it appears as though Hodgson is willing to give the player one more chance to prove his attacking worth.
Carroll has scored just two goals for his country in nine internationals since making his England bow under previous head coach Fabio Capello in 2010, but with seven goals in 21 games at Upton Park so far this season, the player could be hitting form at just the right time with fixtures on the horizon against both the Republic of Ireland and Brazil.