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Dele Alli has revealed his ambitions to play for England at the 2026 World Cup, despite the injured Everton star yet to feature in a single game this season.

The 28-year-old was making his debut on Sky Sports' Monday Night Football show covering Chelsea's 6-0 hammering of Everton when he outlined his plans for a stunning career comeback.

Alli previously starred as an England regular and played at Euro 2016 and the World Cup in Russia, but hasn't featured since making his 37th international appearance four-years ago.

The former Tottenham playmaker has been hampered by injuries in his attempts to get his career back on-track at Everton, with his last outing coming over a year ago as he battles with groin and hip complaints.

He previously opened up on his early childhood trauma and the pressures of being a professional player in a powerful interview alongside Gary Neville last year.

Dele Alli has revealed his huge ambitions to play for England at the 2026 World Cup

Dele Alli has revealed his huge ambitions to play for England at the 2026 World Cup

Alli previously starred as an England regular and played at Euro 2016 and the World Cup two-years later

Alli previously starred as an England regular and played at Euro 2016 and the World Cup two-years later

Alli revealed the difficulties of dealing with long-term injuries and outlined his plans to return to the top of football

Alli revealed the difficulties of dealing with long-term injuries and outlined his plans to return to the top of football

Alli has now revealed his aims to make England's squad for the World Cup being staged across Mexico, Canada and the United States where he will be a senior player at the age of 30 and explained he reminds himself every day by having an alarm on his phone.

'I spoke about it in my interview and don't want to go over it too much again – but I know my level as a player and what I can get to,' he told Sky Sports.

'I know how good I can be when my

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