QPR manager Harry Redknapp has urged Ravel Morrison to fully focus on his football, and believe that is he does then a place in England’s squad is waiting for him.
Morrison, who spend much of last season on loan under Redknapp at QPR, has returned to West Ham, however speculation is rife that bids from various clubs are to be put forward for the talented midfielder.
Whether one from QPR is placed remains to be seen, and Redknapp has not yet indicated that that is the case.
”I think Ravel has got all the ability to play for England, it’s just a case of putting it altogether for him,” Redknapp told the Metro.
“He’s got to find a way of putting his game together and he’s got to make sure he focuses completely, 100 per cent on his football for the next 10 years and if he does that the future is fantastic for him.
“If he doesn’t, it’s going to be a waste of talent. He’s a smashing boy, he’s not a bad lad in any way shape or form, he’s a really lovely boy.
“He’s an amazing talent so it’ll be a waste if he doesn’t really produce what he’s capable of producing on a more regular basis. If he does that there won’t be many more talented.”