Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha has conceded that he has big decisions to make regarding his future after receiving his first call-up to the England squad on Sunday.
The 20-year-old was drafted in as a replacement after Theo Walcott and Aaron Lennon withdrew for the friendly against Sweden, having made five appearances for England Under-21 side, but he is also eligible to play for his birthplace Ivory Coast.
But Zaha, who penned a five-year deal at Selhurst Park last December, has insisted that questions over his club future – with Goal.com exclusively revealing last month that Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham are interested in the youngster- has forced him to weigh up his options over a possible move in January.
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He told The Sun: "I have got a lot going on. I try to take my mind off it.
"I’m at Palace so I don’t need to think about anything else. The fans have got loads of love for me, so it’s a nice place to be.
"I just have to do what I have to do and forget about everything else. But when January comes I have to decide."
Zaha will remain eligible to play for Ivory Coast even if he takes the field on Wednesday due to the non-competitive nature of the Sweden game, and will become the first Championship player to represent the Three Lions since Jay Bothroyd in November 2010.