Last, but surely not least, we have Daniel Sturridge, Chelsea's new goal-scoring sensation.
Sturridge's story ironically very much mirrors that of Danny Welbeck. After a loan spell with Bolton last season, Sturridge has now returned to his club, and is scoring goals in bunches. Furthermore, as indicated earlier, Sturridge, along with Welbeck, is England's brightest hope for a truly world-class striker alongside Wayne Rooney.
But there are a few complications for Daniel Sturridge.
First, he is still being played at right wing at Chelsea, as Andre Villas-Boas does not want to relegate Didier Drogba to a regular spot on the bench just yet, and is still hopeful that his patience with Fernando Torres will pay off.
In turn, this positional change has negatively impacted Daniel Sturridge's international prospects, as England are currently loaded at the right wing position with Aaron Lennon, Theo Walcott and Adam Johnson all competing for playing time.
Despite these complications though, it would be ridiculous for Fabio Capello not to call up Daniel Sturridge in the future, especially if he keeps up his current goal-scoring form. The Chelsea striker has now scored four goals in four league appearances for Chelsea, and has assisted a goal to boot.
Many players play different positions for club and country. If Fabio Capello truly wants to go to Euro 2012 with the strongest England squad possible, he must call up Daniel Sturridge and try him at striker at least a couple of times before deciding whether or not to take him to Euro 2012.
(As a side note, Daniel Sturridge will probably be better than at least two out of three of those right wingers by the end of the season anyway, and thus would deserve a call-up to the England NT for Euro 2012 regardless of his position.)