Jarvis was called-up to the England national squad in March 2011 for matches against Wales (a Euro 2012 qualifier) and Ghana (an international friendly). After not being selected for the matchday squad against Wales, he made his debut as a substitute against Ghana at Wembley on 29 March, coming on for Jack Wilshere in the 70th minute of a 1-1 draw. In doing so, he became the first Wolverhampton Wanderers player to play for England since Steve Bull in 1990.
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