Gareth Southgate watches Burnley take on Fulham while the UK manager reminds Three Lions of goalkeeper Tom Heaton
- Gareth Southgate is considering a memory from England for goalkeeper Tom Heaton
- The manager of England will see the Burnley man on Saturday against Fulham
- Heaton has returned to the side in the last few weeks and replaced Joe Hart
Mike Keegan for mailonline
Gareth Southgate will sit in Burnley's Premier League clash with Fulham on Saturday because he thinks the camp in England was a shock for Tom Heaton.
The goalkeeper of Clarets came out of the cold to replace Joe Hart for their morale-boosting 2-0 victory over West Ham United last month and was again in the club because of their 2-1 victory over Huddersfield, a result that the men of Sean Dyche raised from the relegation zone of the Premier League.
While Nick Pope returned after an injury and won the gloves for last season's 1-0 FA Cup victory against Barnsley, Heaton is expected to be the go-ahead for Claudio Ranieri.
Gareth Southgate will be present to see Burnley play against Fulham at Turf Moor this week
The manager from England is considering a shock recall to the national team for Tom Heaton
Southgate is a great admirer of Heaton, 32, who had lost 476 days without top flight action before retiring.
The ex-Cardiff and Bristol City man was named this summer on the standby list for the English World Cup squadron, despite the fact that he did not play a competitive game since September thanks to a dislocated shoulder.
Southgate is set to be joined by Under 21 boss Aidy Boothroyd on Turf Moor.
Aidy Boothroyd will be at Southgate while he takes a look at teenage winger Dwight McNeil
Sportsmail understands that Boothroyd Burnley's teenage winger will keep a close eye on Dwight McNeil.
The 19-year-old, who started his career at Manchester United, started the Clarets last three games and scored in their victory over the Hammers and won two man-of-the-match awards.
He has been involved in England under 20 but has yet to take a step forward to the Under 21s.