SAINTS skipper James Ward-Prowse arrived at the England camp following his late call-up with all of his possessions in Saints bags. 

The FA upload a video of Three Lions' players arriving for the national team setup and often players will get out of their chauffeured cars with regular branded luggage.

But the Saints academy graduate has shown off his club pride with bright red and clearly Saints branded draw-bags upon his return to the squad for the first time since June 2021.

The 26-year-old has been at the club for almost two decades and has made over 300 first team appearances for the side he now captains – having never represented another team.

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Ward-Prowse committed his future to Saints too, signing a new five-year deal this summer to end speculation of a potential transfer move to a Premier League rival, despite already having four years left on his contract at the time.

He will be hoping to add to his eight international caps and one goal, which came against San Marino, when England travel to minnows Andorra on Saturday, before welcoming Hungary to Wembley on Tuesday, 12 October.

The surprise call-up came after Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phillips was ruled out through injury, prompting Gareth Southgate to select the Saints man in his place. 

Ward-Prowse missed out on the European Championship final run after making the preliminary squad back in June, and hasn't quite hit the same form of last season for club but has netted two from the penalty spot.

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