As the club’s official website confirmed this morning, Kyle Walker will start England’s crucial game with Moldova tonight but his inclusion comes after a fair deal of criticism following his performance at the Emirates on Sunday.
Kyle will win his seventh full cap since making his debut in 2011 and there is the potential for more Spurs involvement with Jermain Defoe and Andros Townsend waiting to come off the bench. Following the game, the squad will travel to the Ukraine for a match that could ultimately decide qualification and while Roy Hodgson may well start Walker again, does he have much in the way of alternatives?
The right back enjoyed an impressive start to his Spurs career after a productive spell on loan at Aston Villa but received plenty of criticism last year, leading to the defender suspending his Twitter account at one point.
After reading social media on Monday it looks as though that criticism has returned but after no direct threat to his place arrived on transfer deadline day, should Kyle Walker remain unchallenged at right back or does AVB look to Naughton or Kaboul as possible alternatives?