Apparently, West Ham striker Andy Carroll is among those who believe that he should have been part of Roy Hodgson's Euro 16 squad for the tournament currently being held in France.
The Three Lions have qualified for the next round of the competition, yet many were upset at their failure to see away Slovakia on Monday, as the team played out to a goalless draw against the Slovaks.
Hodgson took Daniel Sturridge, Harry Kane, Marcus Rashford, Wayne Rooney and Jamie Vardy to France, leaving Carroll out, as well as a disgruntled Jermaine Defoe.
Despite the potent bunch of forwards in the squad, goals have been a bit hard to come by, and Glenn Hoddle believes that Carroll would have made a difference were he on the pitch against Slovakia on Monday night.
Carroll obviously shares that sentiment, and the West Ham striker shared the suggestive Tweet as well, in a supposed dig at the England boss.