"People keep asking me about the England situation and, while I try not to think about it while I'm playing, of course it would be great for me if it happens,"
Deano is quoted as saying in the Mirror.
"But at the same time, while I am only 27, I can't help wondering if I've just missed out. England have got a very young team at the moment, and maybe Sven
Goran Eriksson is already building for the future."
The Star carries a big interview with Darren Anderton covering subjects ranging from staying at the Lane, England, George, Sol, and Eileen Drewery.
In the Sun Glenn is quoted as saying that David O'Leary needs silverware to back up the superb job he has done at Elland Road.
"David has done a terrific job at Leeds - but the money he has spent does help and he is now reaching the stage where he will have to show something for it.
"That's where the pressure comes from in management," said Glenn, who touched on his own targets.
"One of the encouraging things when I first sat down to talk about my first Spurs contract was that Daniel Levy and David Buchler made it clear they were
looking at a five-year plan.
"But I know if I produce a lot of poor results my job could be under threat."
Dean Richards has pondered whether he is too old to be considered for England selection at the ripe old age of 27!