England's World Cup 2022 winning squad (7)

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Wilfried Zaha (Manchester United, 29)
Zaha impressed Sir Alex Ferguson enough to spend £15m on securing the services of the young winger. Tricky and technical, Zaha will have developed at Manchester United into a powerful and pacy forward. By 2022, Zaha could have the skill to beat a man and an eye for goal. The kind of player that full-backs have nightmares about.

Raheem Sterling (Liverpool, 27)
Another tricky winger, Sterling will add threat from the flank opposite Zaha. Sterling has the potential to be a world-class forward for Liverpool and England.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Arsenal, 29)
Oxlade-Chamberlain has the flexibility to fill in on either flank or in midfield. After developing at Arsenal, he could add a different kind of threat to Zaha or Sterling.

James Ward-Prowse (Southampton, 27)
Another Southampton hopeful, the creative Ward-Prowse will enjoy playing alongside the likes of Wilshere and Barkley. His late runs into the box make him a decent goal threat.

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