The Manchester City stopper played in half of England games in 2010.
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After impressing for the Under-21s and Manchester City, Joe Hart had already been looked upon as a future England number one and, following the World Cup, the 23-year-old assumed the position.
He made his debut for the Three Lions, under Fabio, in Trinidad in 2008 but it was two years later against Mexico at Wembley that he added to his tally, coming from the bench at half-time in England's 3-1 win. He was also given another 45 mminutes six days later in the pre-World Cup friendly with Japan in Graz.
Although he didn't feature in South Africa, when the new season resumed at Wembley against Hungary in August, Hart was handed the number one jersey for the first time.
He kept hold of it for the first three Euro 2012 qualifiers as well, taking his overall caps to seven, but a back injury forced him out of contention for England's final game of 2010 against France - England's only defeat of the season.
The Three Lions have not lost a game in which Hart has featured, and in his seven appearances he's conceded only twice; a Phil Jagielka own goal against the Hungarians and a screamer from Switzerland's Xherdan Shaqiri in September's 3-1 victory in Basle.To vote for Joe, or any other England player, click here