James hoping for England future

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David James wants to lead Bristol City into the Barclays Premier League and is waiting to hear if he still has a future with England.

The goalkeeper, who turns 40 on Sunday, has signed a one-year deal at Ashton Gate, with the option of a second year. Whether England manager Fabio Capello will now consider picking James, given he will be playing second-tier football, is an issue the Italian will need to address.

"I don't know what the future holds, and it was the same before the World Cup to be honest," James told

"I enjoyed the World Cup to an extent but obviously the results and the outcome were disappointing.

"I'll never retire from England and hopefully my performances at Bristol City will keep me on the radar."

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