There's a lot of talk in Wayne Rooney's absence, that Danny Welbeck will be the man to lead England's attacking line at Euro 2012. It's a meteoric rise for the Manchester born striker, but as Danny told SoccerBible it's feels like a natural progression for the England and Manchester United forward.
Catching up with Danny to talk about the new Umbro England Home kit, Danny was able to share with the SoccerBible fans what he thinks of the kit and how it feels to wear and represent your country. We also learned how leading the England attack feels like a natural progression, as Welbeck has played for England U17, U18, U19, U21 and now the senior side, all past experiences which will help him at Euro 2012.
"It's indescribable really. You just get that adrenalin rush through your body, it's also quite mellow you're just empty as well. But you just know once you've got it on and once you're on the pitch, then that's when you're at home and that's when you want to perform and do your best." Danny described the feelings when pulling on the England shirt.
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