Davies not dwelling on snub

27 March 2009 03:28
Bolton Wanderers striker Kevin Davies is refusing to dwell on his latest England disappointment.[LNB] Davies' impressive form for the Trotters this season has seen him named in England coach Fabio Capello's last two provisional squads.[LNB]However, the 32-year-old has missed out on the final selection on both occasions, despite currently being the joint-second highest English goalscorer in the Premier League.[LNB]Davies remains without an England cap to his name, but admits ensuring Bolton avoid relegation is at the top of his agenda.[LNB]He said in The Bolton News: "It's just nice to be in his [Capello] thoughts and plans. It's something I've always felt I was going to do but it has never quite happened. [LNB]A chance"Hopefully I'll get the chance one day but if I don't, I'll just keep doing what I'm doing."[LNB]He continued: "It's well documented that I'm near the top of the goalscoring charts, so all I have been concentrating on is scoring a few more before the end of the season. [LNB]"It's nice to be up there but for me it's about Bolton and trying to push away from where we are - within touching distance of the relegation zone. [LNB]"It's great to see my name on the Sky Sports ticker - I haven't done that for a few years - but I just want to push on now."[LNB]

Source: SKY_Sports