David Beckham has been included in the England squad to face France in a friendly next week.
Beckham will be hopeful of winning his 100th cap in Paris next week after the midfielder was included in Fabio Capello’s provisional 30-man squad.
Arsenal’s Theo Walcott and Middlesbrough’s central defender David Wheater have also been called up to the squad.
Portsmouth striker Jermain Defoe has also been included while Chelsea pair John Terry and Frank Lampard, who missed Capello’s first game in charge due to injury, are also there.
Those named in Capello’s first 30-man squad in January who miss out this time are Micah Richards and Curtis Davies, both injured, as well as Ledley King, Nicky Shorey, Michael Carrick and Emile Heskey.
Capello has not named his captain against France – he has said he wants to try different players before deciding on a permanent choice.
Steven Gerrard wore the armband against Switzerland last month and Terry or Rio Ferdinand are the favourites for this game.
Squad: James (Portsmouth), Carson (Aston Villa), Kirkland (Wigan); Bridge (Chelsea), A Cole (Chelsea), Johnson (Portsmouth), Terry (Chelsea), Brown (Man Utd), Lescott (Everton), Ferdinand (Man Utd), Wheater (Middlesbrough), Woodgate (Tottenham), Upson (West Ham); Barry (Aston Villa), Young (Aston Villa), Bentley (Blackburn), J Cole (Chelsea), Lampard (Chelsea), Wright-Phillips (Chelsea), Beckham (Los Angeles Galaxy), Gerrard (Liverpool), Hargreaves (Man Utd), Downing (Middlesbrough), Jenas (Tottenham); Walcott (Arsenal), Agbonlahor (Aston Villa), Crouch (Liverpool), Rooney (Man Utd), Owen (Newcastle), Defoe (Portsmouth).