Eintracht Frankfurt forward Sebastien Haller hopes his fine form this season will lead to a maiden call-up to the France squadThe 24-year-old has had a standout campaign in the Bundesliga with nine goals and eight assists in 17 appearances to help Frankfurt to sixth in the standings.Now Haller has his fingers crossed that France coach Didier Deschamps will take notice of his progress in Germany.Although he insists that failing to get a Les Bleus call-up will not affect his performances for Frankfurt this season.“If someday I’m nominated [for France], perfect. If not, then I’ll continue as usual,” Haller told Goal and DAZN.“I can only do my job, keep working, keep scoring. Everything else is out of my hands, because I’m not the coach. But I feel no pressure.”Crouch: Liverpool could beat Man United to Jadon Sancho Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Peter Crouch wouldn’t be surprised to see Jadon Sancho end up at Liverpool one day instead of his long-term pursuers Manchester United.The Frenchman also compared new Frankfurt manager Adolf Hütter to his predecessor Niko Kovac, who now coaches Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich.“Niko likes to control everything,” Haller said.“He is a fighter who attaches great importance to the physique of his team. You can see that in every training and in every game.“It’s different with Adi. He is more relaxed than Niko. He speaks more with the players and prefers to make the difference with the ball instead of the physical fitness. Both are outstanding coaches who analyze their opponents very well.”Frankfurt are in the USA for the Florida Cup where they will take on Sao Paulo this Friday before wrapping things up on Sunday against Flamengo.