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Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher on his regret of not 'doing more' for England

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Jamie Carragher has admitted he regrets not fighting for his England career more and claims his Liverpool career always took priority, even when he was on international duty.

Carragher came through the U21 set-up with Frank Lampard, but the duo endured differing senior careers on the international stage, with the former Chelsea midfielder earning 106 caps for his country.

Carragher believes talent and a desire to want to represent his country was the difference between them, and the self-proclaimed lack of commitment to England is something the Sky Sports pundit now regrets.

Asked by former England team-mate Gary Neville whether he was right in believing Carragher didn't enjoy being with England, the 43-year-old told The Overlap.

'Say Frank Lampard, he wanted to be an England player more than me.

There were far more peaks at club level for the ex-centre-back than there were on the international stage, with Carragher winning 11 trophies during his 17-year senior playing career at Anfield.

Six pieces of silverware came as part of a Reds outfit managed by former French boss Gerard Houllier, and while he believes that team remains underrated to this day, Carragher insisted he was 'relieved' to call an end to his career in 2013.'We won everything but the league.

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