Dean Henderson has revealed his heartache at missing out on the rest of Euro 2020 through injury.

The Cumbrian star has had to withdraw from the England squad because of a hip problem.

It has brought the Manchester United keeper's first major tournament to a premature end.

After Henderson's withdrawal was confirmed, with Aaron Ramsdale taking his place, the Whitehaven man expressed his disappointment on Twitter.

And 24-year-old former Carlisle academy keeper Henderson wished his international team-mates well.

"I worked so hard to be in this position," he wrote.

"I’m devastated to have to withdraw through injury.

"I want to wish my team mates all the best for the up and coming games. BRING IT HOME."

Highly-rated Henderson was second-choice to Jordan Pickford in Gareth Southgate's original squad.

Ramsdale now joins ex-Blues loanee Pickford and Sam Johnstone in the goalkeeping ranks for the rest of the tournament.

Henderson will return to Man Utd for further assessment on the injury.