Trevor Carson has waited a long time to get his hands on the Northern Ireland journey and he's not intending to let go. Included in many a squad but resigned to the bench (if even), the Motherwell stopper finally took to the pitch for his country in the home friendly against South Korea in March, aged 30. He added a second cap during the week in Panama but he's not getting carried away just yet. Michael McGovern has been Northern Ireland first choice goalkeeper since before the Euro 2016 finals, in which he earned rave reviews. And now Carson insists the future of the international gloves lie in McGovern's hands, even if he is struggling for game-time at Norwich.