They’ve taken my mum over to help with the kids.“I told them to go because I didn’t think I’d feature on Friday, I thought there’d be more chance against Brazil and I’d maybe get on there.“There were other family there at Wembley, so there will be pictures."I’m sure my mum will be buzzing, she would have had a couple of drinks because she’d be nervous.

It’s one of the highest levels you can get to and I’m dead chuffed.“I’ve done it hard, I’ve done my graft and played all the games from League One to the Championship, put myself out there.

Jack Cork helped heap the pressure on his former manager, Paul Clement, as Burnley swept aside Swansea 2-0 at Turf Moor.

Sean Dyche, meanwhile, has now overseen his club's first hat-trick of top-flight wins since 1975 and can expect links with the vacant Everton job to linger.

While Cork's form highlights Dyche's canny knack of invigorating low-key personnel, Swansea's woes were embodied by Renato Sanches.

“It was one of the weirder football environments I’ve experienced.

It looked like it was poorly dealt with,” said experienced midfielder Cork.

After a quiet hour at the London Stadium the game roared into life in the final quarter, with the Clarets striking a triple blow to the Hammers’ hopes of survival.

Ashley Barnes’ opener and a double from Chris Wood turned the atmosphere inside the ground toxic and the game was stopped on several occasions for pitch invasions, with supporters confronting West Ham players, while hundreds more gave up on the action on the pitch and gathered around the directors’ box to protest at the way their club is being run.

One passage saw three chances open up in a matter of seconds - Alfie Mawson stealing one of Barnes' toes, Lukasz Fabianski beating away Steven Defour's subsequent drive and Sam Clucas smothering another attempt from Jeff Hendrick.

When corner floated towards the far post moments later, only a sprawling save from Fabianski spared Martin Olsson an own-goal.

He snatched at his first chance, lashing wide from an inviting position, and was robbed by a sliding Lowton just as he shaped to shoot in the 75th minute.