Foden is now back and he must show his quality on the international stage.
is again with his national team after he was sent home for breaching COVID19 protocols.
Here is what
thinks about him:
"It has been good to have him back this week," the Three Lions boss said. "Phil has trained really well this week and it was good to get him into the game against Ireland.
"Given the players in the squad and the way it is emerging and evolved over the week, it will be good to get Phil into the game.
"I am sure he has relished the chance to be back with the squad, we know he is a very exciting talent and he is a player who we have a lot of belief in and who Manchester City have a lot of belief in, so this could be a good opportunity for him to show everybody what he can do really.
"I made sure we chatted on the first day and put that behind us immediately.
"It was done once we had made the decision on the October squad. That was it. From then on it was always going to be a judgment on football.
"I'm sure for anybody walking back in initially that is going to feel a little bit...especially when you're young, but definitely as the week has gone on he has been more relaxed.
"I gave him a bit of a hiding at two-touch yesterday, which he was probably a little bit upset about, but he's in with the group.
"He's relaxed, and that's what's important because to be able to play his football properly that's where everybody needs to be."