Have your say: Would Paul McShane make your Great Britain squad?

We want to know if you think Paul McShane should be in the Great Britain squad this autumn.

The 29-year-old has been one of the best hookers in Super League over the last couple of years, playing 110 games in total for Castleford Tigers since making the switch from rivals Wakefield Trinity in 2015.

McShane has put in a number of man of the match performances already this season, but was recently left out of the England Elite Performance Squad.

England coach Wayne Bennett has opted to go for St Helens captain James Roby and Warrington Wolves ace Daryl Clark as his hookers, with Castleford loose forward Adam Milner also being able to play at nine.

McShane has played for England Academy, but has never made an appearance for England or Great Britain at senior level.

Many people have said McShane is the unluckiest player to not be included in the latest England squad.

But others think that Roby and Clark are better options that McShane for the Great Britain tour of the Southern Hemisphere this autumn. Canberra Raiders ace Josh Hodgson is expected to be the starting hooker.

And we want to know what you think…