James loving ´personal triumph´

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David James sees no reason why he cannot carry on in goal for England right through to the 2010 World Cup - and even beyond.

The Portsmouth stopper, capped 37 times, thought he may never get the chance to pull on the international jersey again after being left out in the cold by former head coach Steve McClaren.

"It is a personal triumph to still be involved with so many decent English keepers about," said the Portsmouth goalkeeper. "But I am here so I can stake a claim for a place in the qualifiers, and to be involved in 2010."

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