Leicester City midfielder Danny Drinkwater has been cut from the England squad for Euro 2016.

The former Huddersfield Town loanee, a Premier League winner with the Foxes this term, is one of the three players left at home following Roy Hodgson's announcement of his 23-man squad for the tournament.

Andros Townsend, and the injured Fabian Delph, are the other men to miss out once the provisional 26-man party was trimmed to the required 23.

The midfielder posted his reaction on his instagram , writing: "Disappointed not to make the final 23! Would of been a fantastic experience to go to the euros as a player... But I'll be supporting the country like I always have! The seasons been a huge positive for me.. Going into next season as a premier league champion! Good luck to the lads... Bring it home"

Drinkwater took his first steps in senior football in a Town shirt on a season-long loan in 2009-10. He immediately made an impression, despite his previous experience coming in Manchester United's Academy and reserve teams.

Sold to Leicester in 2012, he made 37 appearances for the Foxes this term as Claudio Ranieri guided them to a thrilling Premier League title triumph.

He was called up to the senior England squad for the first time in March 2016, and made his debut against the Netherlands at Wembley.

READ MORE: What odds on Huddersfield Town winning promotion to the Premier League in 2016/17?

READ MORE: New Huddersfield Town recruit Michael Hefele leaving historic German club

The midfielder also won caps against Turkey and Australia in the warm-up games but was unable to convince Hodgson to give him a ticket to France.

Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has been included in the party alongside Liverpool frontman Daniel Sturridge.

The full squad is:

Goalkeepers: Hart, Forster, Heaton

Defenders: Walker, Rose, Cahill, Smalling, Clyne, Stones, Bertrand

Midfielders: Milner, Sterling, Lallana, Henderson, Dier, Wilshere, Barkley, Alli

Forwards: Kane, Rooney, Vardy, Sturridge, Rashford