With Fabio Capello gone and a new manager set to take charge of England in the European Championships, it gives every player a clean slate with regard to the national side.
Theo Walcott missed out on Capello’s squad for the 2010 World Cup, but the winger has been in fine form of late and will be hoping to make the cut and travel to Poland and Ukraine.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is a man who has already become a firm favourite with the Gunners faithful but has never won a full cap for his country.
But surely if he keeps this form going, age and experience aside, he cannot be ignored.
Gunners full-back Kieran Gibbs has come back strongly from injury and put in two impressive performances against AC Milan in the Champions League.
With Ashley Cole not having the best of seasons at Chelsea, and Leighton Baines putting in a poor defensive display for England against Holland, should Gibbs be given a chance?
Hopefully whoever takes over for the Championships will go with the in-form youth of these three fantastic players.