Cumbrian goalkeeper Dean Henderson has missed out on World Cup selection.

The Whitehaven star has not made the final cut in Gareth Southgate's England squad for Qatar 2022.

Henderson's return to regular Premier League action with Nottingham Forest has not come in time for him to push his way past England's preferred three keepers.

Southgate has selected Everton's former Carlisle United loanee Jordan Pickford - the national side's first-choice gloveman - along with Arsenal's Aaron Ramsdale and Newcastle United's Nick Pope.

Henderson was included in a recent England squad for Nations League games against Italy and Germany.

It followed his displays for Forest during a season-long loan from Manchester United.

But the 25-year-old Cumbrian will now have to target the 2024 European Championships in Germany for his next shot at a major tournament.

Southgate's selections for the Qatar tournament include Leicester City's James Maddison and Newcastle United's Callum Wilson.

Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold also makes the cut with Southgate also putting faith in the fitness of Manchester City's Kyle Walker and Kalvin Phillips.

The tournament starts on November 20, with England's first group game against Iran on November 21.