CHERRIES star Callum Wilson has retained his place in the England squad for this month's UEFA European Championship qualifiers.

Wilson could feature for the Three Lions in matches against Czech Republic and Montenegro.

The 27-year-old scored on his debut for England in a 3-0 win against the United States at Wembley Stadium in November.

On Saturday, Wilson netted on his return from injury for Cherries at Huddersfield in front of England boss Gareth Southgate.

The former Coventry marksman had been sidelined for seven weeks due to a knee problem.

This season he has scored 12 goals and provided six assists for Cherries.

Southgate has named a 25-man squad for the qualifiers, including a first call-up for West Ham midfielder Declan Rice, who last month switched allegiance from the Republic of Ireland to England.

Wilson is joined by fellow forwards Harry Kane, Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Raheem Sterling.

Meanwhile, Jefferson Lerma has been included in Colombia's squad for friendlies in Asia against Japan and South Korea.

The midfielder has not represented his country since joining the Dorset club from Levante last summer.

His last appearance for the national team came in the World Cup last-16 defeat against England.