Following Roy Hodgson's decision to bring him into the senior squad, the Celtic keeper is hoping that the current No.1 can help him settle in and show him the ropes
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With World Cup qualifiers coming up against San Marino and Poland, Forster has been drafted into the squad by Roy Hodgson to compete alongside No.1 Hart and Norwich City keeper John Ruddy.
The 24-year-old expressed his delight at his first inclusion in the Three Lions squad, and thinks that training with world-class talent such as Hart can only help with his own development.
"Joe's obviously an unbelievable 'keeper," Forster told STV. "He's shown what he can do week-in week-out for the last few years and it'll be fantastic to watch him play.
"It'll be a great opportunity to go and see him in person and try and learn something."
As well as meeting and training with Hart, Forster is hoping a reunion with an ex-Newcastle United team-mate can help him settle in quickly.
"I know Andy Carroll from my time at Newcastle," Forster added. "Hopefully he'll keep me right anyway."