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Ezri Konsa hoping to go to Euro 2024 with England and fulfil ‘every kid’s dream’

Ezri Konsa fulfilled a boyhood dream after making his England debut in Saturday’s friendly defeat to Brazil and now the Aston Villa defender wants more as he targets a place at Euro 2024.

The 26-year-old was rewarded for his fine club form with a maiden senior international call-up in November but did not feature in either of the two European Championship qualifiers against Malta and North Macedonia.

Konsa, though, retained his place in Gareth Southgate’s squad for the March friendly double-header with Brazil and Belgium – the last chances for players to impress before the 23-man group is selected for Euro 2024 this summer.

While he was again named among the substitutes at Wembley, Konsa replaced the injured Kyle Walker at right-back with just 20 minutes on the clock as England ultimatel

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