Fingers crossed for Canaries duo
Norwich duo Grant Holt and John Ruddy have backed each other to receive call-ups to England's Euro 2012 squad tomorrow.
Ruddy and Holt have been instrumental in Norwich's success this season with the ex-Everton reserve keeping three clean sheets in 37 league appearances while the much-travelled striker notched 15 top-flight goals. "If there's anyone better than John Ruddy in this league come and tell me - I'll have an argument with anyone," Holt told BBC Radio Norfolk: "There's no-one better. Apart from Joe Hart, who else is there?" Keeper Ruddy said of Holt's chances: "If he doesn't go something needs to be looked at there." Holt appears to have a decent chance of making it into Roy Hodgson's 23-man squad tomorrow after he finished the campaign as the second most prolific Englishman in the division. "I think he's on team Ruddy and I'm on team Holt. I can't see why he doesn't deserve to go," said Ruddy of the 31-year-old, ahead of Wednesday's England squad announcement. "Fingers crossed now he can take his form into the Euros. People doubted him. He's scored the goals when people didn't fancy him."