Sunderland striker Danny Welbeck has still not ruled out pledging allegiance to Ghana - despite earning his first senior England cap against the Black Stars on Tuesday night.
The 20-year-old made his bow with ten minutes left of the 1-1 draw, however as the Wembley clash was only a friendly, Welbeck can still choose to represent the country of his parents' birth.
But if the forward, who was booed by the travelling Ghana support when he came on, was to play for Fabio Capello's side in any UEFA or FIFA competition, he would not be eligible to play for the African side.
The on-loan Manchester United striker was unsure himself after the match whether he was still allowed to represent the World Cup quarter-finalists, but revealed he might still consider a switch.
Welbeck said: "I don't know if I can change my mind. I'd have to think about that. But if I can, then yeah [I'll consider it]."
And when asked about the reception the visiting fans gave him, he added: "I can understand their reaction. But I was happy to make my debut for England."