DAVID Forde has been named in the Republic of Ireland side to face England in a friendly at Wembley on Wednesday evening.
The Millwall goalkeeper, who has made six previous appearances for his country, will line up against Roy Hodgson's side at the national stadium after retaining the number one jersey.
Forde told TalkSport: "It's every Irishman's dream to play England at Wembley so it's going to be a fantastic occasion and one we're all looking forward to. I've been fortunate enough to play at Wembley a few times and it's an awesome arena.
"The English players sound like they're right up for it as well – there's a lot of tradition and a lot of bragging rights."
Lions striker Andy Keogh is liked to be named on Ireland's bench.