Arsenal keeper Aaron Ramsdale believes he can be the England Number 1 but first needs to find a way to get back into the fold. Ramsdale joined Arsenal from Sheffield United in the summer and has gone to replace Bernd Leno as the first-choice keeper at the club. He is yet to receive his first England cap but has been called up for the World Cup qualifiers against Andorra and Hungary. He has enjoyed a brilliant start to life at Arsenal having conceded just one goal in his first four matches.
“I have the self-belief that, yes, I could hold down the position,” Arsenal keeper Aaron Ramsdale said. “First and foremost, I have to get in the team and that’s one of my goals at the moment. I’m just trying to learn and take it to step by step but over time that’s one of my aspirations.”
“I don’t think I have realized yet how it has happened, and the journey I have had,” he added. “I definitely had a little snippet of that when Arsenal played Wimbledon the other week in the (Carabao) Cup and I got to see my old goalie coach, who I still speak to but I have not seen him for a long time and it brought back all the good memories of that period with Wimbledon, where I have come from. That was the catalyst and I went out on loan and proved my worth and got myself into the Bournemouth team a year later.”