Jack Butland is firmly in contention to make England's squad for this summer's European Championships, according to a report.

The Rangers goalkeeper has been in fine form since joining the Ibrox club this season.

He's gone from strength to strength under Philippe Clement after a frustrating few years as a backup keeper at various Premier League clubs.

The former Stoke, Crystal Palace and Manchester United keeper has nine caps for his country, and last month admitted he hopes to be able to fight his way back into Gareth Southgate's plans for Euro 2024 in Germany.

Now, the Daily Record states that five-and-a-half-years on from his last Three Lions appearance, Butland is being watched by England's coaching staff with a view to him making the cut for the 23-man squad.

England's keeper coach Martyn Margetson spoke to the media outlet. 

He said: “Jack is definitely on the radar, there’s no doubt about that. I’ve been watching all of his games and I’ve been really pleased with how he’s performed. He’s doing himself a power of good.

“I get videos of all his Rangers appearances sent to me by the FA so that gives me a chance to study all of Jack’s games. I then report back to Gareth but I have to say, I’ve really liked what I’ve seen from Jack, particularly of late.

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“It looks like he’s thought a lot about his game. I see a lot of things in there where I feel he’s really making the most of his experience to improve himself. You see it tactically in the positions he’s taking up and he’s in a really good place.

“So he’s doing himself a power of good. Anybody who is playing first-team football at a good level automatically comes into the reckoning so all credit to Jack.

“He’s playing for a huge club and I know having looked at his stuff, he’s doing well. I’m not guaranteeing him that he’ll be in the squad but what I’m saying is that myself and Gareth and fully aware that he’s doing a great job at Rangers. Jack Butland’s job now is to keep that going. If he does, that will benefit Jack and it will benefit Rangers too.”