Harry Maguire says he is fit enough to face Scotland in the European competition after missing the first game for the three Lions.
England centre-back Harry Maguire has stated that he is fully fit and ready to face Scotland in the European competition.
England won their first match without the Manchester United captain in selection due to injury.
Maguire have been out for month while on duty with his club which cost him to miss the Europa League with United.
The United skipper was selected by England manager Gareth Southgate but have not been training with them.
Maguire while speaking with media stated that he is fit and ready to be in contention for the Scotland game.
“I feel good, I’ve been training now,” the centre-back said.
“Obviously the injury was a setback club football wise. Internationally I wanted to come into this with a lot of games under my belt with full fitness, but I feel good. I’m back available, been training and I’m looking forward to it.”
When asked if he really want to be in the line up on Friday the centre-back said: “Yeah definitely. Obviously it’s a big game. I’ve done a few sessions now and feel like my fitness is there, so, like I say, I’m available for the game.
“You can do as many rehab sessions as you like, but when you’re not playing that competitive football you can’t build that confidence, especially when it’s an ankle or knee injury.
“So it’s just about more training sessions and games in training, games whenever they come and the confidence will keep going.
“I’m sure it will niggle me for a few weeks and months. I haven’t had one before, but from speaking to players and physios, I’m sure it will be niggling.
“But as long as it’s stable and the pain is bearable then I’m sure I’ll be fine.”