Liga - Spain call up Navas for Wembley
Mon, 07 Nov 13:07:00 2011
Navas, 25, played in last year's World Cup final and was involved in the build-up to Andres Iniesta's dramatic winning goal but has not featured since a 2-1 win over Czech Republic in a Euro 2012 qualifier in March.
Del Bosque's 23-man squad contains eight Barcelona players and five from the Spanish and European champions' great rivals Real Madrid.
Del Bosque said: "There will be some games to come after the squad get together, but we have to make the most of these matches. England are a great team, and we will be playing in an extraordinary stadium - Wembley.
"We tailor these games to be the best they can be for the team and for the federation. We have played five matches since the summer and no player has played 90 minutes in all of them, so I don't think that has come as a shock to their clubs."
Iniesta was absent from the squad for last month's Euro 2012 qualifiers against the Czech Republic and Scotland because of a hamstring injury, but is in a squad which also features Barca team-mate Cesc Fabregas, who suffered a hamstring tear during club training having initially been named in the party to face the Czechs and the Scots.
Sevilla striker Alvaro Negredo, who was also forced to pull out of the squad for the October qualifiers with a hamstring problem, is still unavailable for Del Bosque, while Barca forward Pedro is also injured.
Malaga full-back Nacho Monreal is also included.
The squad would appear to give a strong indication of how Del Bosque sees things for next summer, and he added: "Before submitting the squad list for the Euros we have only three (more) games.
One name missing from the squad was highly-rated Barcelona youngster Thiago Alcantara, who has dropped back into the under-21s, and Del Bosque added: "Thiago is a player that has the respect of everyone.
"I have spoken with him personally, we thought that this time he needed to go with the under-21s. We are very confident in his ability despite the competition for places in the senior team."
Spain qualified for Euro 2012 by finishing top of their group last month.
PA Sport / Reuters