Like Emile Heskey before him, he is neither good enough for England or more importantly (for me) good enough for Liverpool FC.
He is an average player and looked fairly impressive in a relegated team, but is woefully out of his class playing with and against the best in Europe. Quicker we offload him to Birmingham or Boro the better.
For England, I'd put him behind:
even Heskey to be fair
I'd also consider Kev Davies as a "big target man" as Big Sam has turned him back into the player he was for Chesterfield.
Im going to have to say that yes Peter Crouch is good enough for England... Since he has moved from Southampton to Liverpool he has made a drastic change. It seems that the better the team he goes on the better he plays, so hopefully if England are good this year in the world cup then yes Peter Crouch should be good enough for Englands standards.
He made a bigger impact at saints because he was a player who really stands out among players which just arent at his standard in my opinion, like shearer did at blcakburn, like le tissier did at saints, etc. His team just wasn't at his standard. That's changed of course now that he's at liverpool.
And if I were Sven I'd definitely give him a chance in the england squad. It'd be nice to not see players like Scholes getting a routine place, when they're hardly even trying...