Everton defender Michael Keane has been rewarded for his form this season with a recall to the England squad.
The centre-back has four senior international caps, but hasn’t been involved in the Lions set-up during the last 12 months.
His form during the last campaign dipped massively at Goodison Park and there were major questions marks over why the Merseyside club cashed up £30million (BBC) to sign him from Burnley.
But the 25-year-old has rediscovered his best form so far this season and formed a good understanding alongside Toffees teammate Kurt Zouma.
One man that deserves major credit for Keane’s turnaround is Everton manager Marco Silva.
Silva has shown he can have a big impact on individual players and attacker Richarlison is a perfect example of someone who loves playing in his teams.
The Everton boss has worked his magic on Keane in the past few months and the fact that his teams play out from the back has helped him.
He is extremely confident on the ball and is proving that he can spread the ball with his range of passing.
Keane certainly ticks a lot of boxes when it comes to fitting into the national team’s style of play and he has been learning massively under Silva.