"You can never say never - I'd be surprised but he's determined. If he breaks my record, I'll be the first to congratulate him," he stated of Beckham, who is currently on loan at AC Milan.
"Maybe not if he does it with two or three-minute substitutions but if it's legitimate, then all well and good.
"I felt against Belarus, when he came on for a minute, that was a bit farcical - it probably wasn't the right thing to do. It was probably the only mistake England coach Fabio Capello has made but against Kazakhstan he came on for 15 minutes and it was a good tactical thing to do.
"We'll have to wait and see how Capello sees David's future - will he be a regular for every game and will he be able to play six World Cup games in succession, which is what you need to do to win the World Cup?"
England currently head the Group Six 2010 World Cup qualifying table and face Ukraine on 1 April in a bid to move closer to the finals in South Africa.
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